PhD student of the principal investigator was given an international award for her PhD. The subject of the PhD was cell-cell communication by extracellular vesicles and their possible role in diagnostics of cancer.
E.02 International awardsCOBISS.SI-ID: 10378580
Leading journal in the field of medicinal chemistry where cutting edge reviews in hot topic areas are regularly published.
C.04 Editorial board of an international magazineCOBISS.SI-ID: 4181274
The book presents a theoretical description of nanostructures in biological systems. The theory is then used to explain stability of organic nanotubes and other membranous non-lamellar structures. The description derives from metods of statistical physics, elastomechanics and classical theory of electromagnetic field. Also shown are results of experiments with artificial and cellular membranes which were performed along with the development of the theory during last 20 years.
F.17 Transfer of existing technologies, know-how, methods and procedures into practiceCOBISS.SI-ID: 11076436
Photodegradation of different pesticides in honey and water samples in the in oxygen, and in nitrogen atmosphere was presented. Experiments, performed on spiked samples of honey were conducted using Atlas Suntest simulator. Photodegradation experiments with three different OPs, coumaphos, methyl parathion and fenitrothion, were conducted under three different intensities as 250 W/m2, 500 W/m2 and 750 W/m2. Significant decreases of three OPs’ concentrations were observed. In the case of coumaphos photodegradation in water, the fastest reaction occurred in nitrogen atmosphere, where the formation of an oxoanalogue was also detected, verified and confirmed by laser flash photolysis. The photodegradation of imidacloprid, neoicotinoid insecticide, takes place very fast and several different degradation products have been detected and confirmed by GC-MS. The photodegradation of the ryanodine insecticide chlorantraniliprole under UV-C light, took place fast with half life of 40 sec with the formation of one main product A.
B.04 Guest lectureCOBISS.SI-ID: 5035627
T. G. Bulc was leading for Slovenia 7FP project: CAPACITIES: Research for the benefit of SME: SANBOX Development of an innovative sanitation and wastewater treatment system for remote located tourist facilities. SANBOX refers to a novel source separating sanitation approach for remote tourist facilities in Europe. The SANBOX system aims to reach a high treatment performance, recycle water and nutrients and use solar power as its energy source. Project duration: 1.04.09 31.3.11. Participation in the project: 156.000,00 EUR.
D.01 Chairing over/coordinating (international and national) projects