We plan to develop innovative tools to measure and characterize MNPs and potential contaminants in food, water and air.
We are committed to understanding the effect of MNPs combined with potentially harmful environmental contaminants adhering to their surfaces and finding their way into the human body.
We aim to examine a possible link between MNPs and their role in food allergy and allergic asthma.
Imptox scientist, Prof. Andreja Rajkovic and his team from Ghent University published their findings in “Trends in Food Science and Technology”, presenting research on foodborne pathogens in the plastisphere.
The European Commission opened a public consultation to let the public have their say on the new EU strategy on global health.
Find out more about the problem of micro- & nanoplastics pollution and the details of our research organization in a concise and well-structured format!
What drives and inspires our scientists and how they would like to see the world ten years from now!