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New Journal Microplastics and Nanoplastics

The new Open Access journal "Microplastics and Nanoplastics" is open for submissions! Bart Koelmans from Wageningen University is Editor in Chief. Christian Laforsch, speaker of the CRC1357 Microplastics at the University of Bayreuth, is a member of the Editorial Board. Congratulations!  ...more

Media Library CRC 1357 Microplastics

Videos and podcasts about microplastics are available in our new media centre. Also the current contribution "Plastik im Acker" of the program Markt of the WDR from 08. July 2020.  ...more

Write it Right Workshop Winners

Gadi Rothenberg and Christopher Lowe discussed tips and tricks for successful and visible publishing in the Write it Right workshop with 13 SFB PhD candidates. Nora and Anja received the prize for the best manuscripts - congratulations!  ...more

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Top 100 Scientific Reports!

The publication "Plastic waste interferes with chemical communication in aquatic ecosystems" is among the TOP 100 most downloaded articles of the journal Scientific Reports in 2019!Congratulations to the authors Ben, Anja, Patrizia and Julia!  ...more

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White Paper: Sustainable Plastics

Together with experts from Germany, China, Japan and the UK, Christian Laforsch and Andreas Greiner participated in the 8th Chemical Science and Society Summit. In the white paper "Science to enable sustainable plastics" the expert group published their recommendations...  ...more

Picture microplastics on the beach of Lanzarote

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We are now part of the "Tweetosphere": Information from, for and around the Collaborative Research Center 1357 Microplastics can now be found on Twitter. Follow us!  ...more

Collaborative Research Centre 1357 Microplastics

The Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 1357: "Microplastics - laws of formation, transport, physical-chemical behaviour and biological effects: From Model to Complex Systems as the Basis for New Approaches" investigates the formation, migration and effects of microplastics and develops new approaches to solving this immense environmental problem.

​Introducing the SFB

More than 30 scientists from three profile fields of the University of Bayreuth are researching together in 16 interdisciplinary teams in the SFB Microplastics. ...more

Seminars on Microplastics

Researchers from Germany and around the world provide insights into their work. As a rule, the seminars are open to the public and interested parties are cordially invited. ...more

News - Dates - Events

Stay tuned for updates! News from science, activities of the SFB Microplastics as well as dates and events are announced here. ...more

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