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.
A recent review article in 'Frontiers in Allergy' led by Imptox scientists from the Medical University of Vienna marks a further step in advancing allergenicity risk assessments amid evolving food technologies.
March 11th, 2024 Hybrid Event: Join us from Zagreb or virtually to explore critical insights in the field of microplastics and human health.
Researchers present the latest in the field of microplastics and microbiome interactions in a pre-conference workshop on July 8th.
Spearheaded by Prof. Andreja Rajkovic (UGent), the session will showcase a series of insightful talks from various Imptox researchers.