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Screening and testing for endocrine disruption in fish-biomarkers as "signposts," not "traffic lights," in risk assessment.
Biomarkers are currently best used as mechanistic "signposts" rather than as "traffic lights" in the environmental risk assessment of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs). In field studies, biomarkers of exposure [e.g., ...
The development of a knowledge-based system for the preliminary investigation of contaminated land
A prototype knowledge-based system (ATTIC: Assessment Tool for The Investigation of Contaminated land) has been developed using CLIPS software to demonstrate that knowledge-based technology can be applied to the preliminary ...
An evaluation of school responses to the introduction of the Queensland 1999 health and physical education (HPE) syllabus and policy documents in three Brisbane Catholic primary schools.
Within Brisbane Catholic Education (BCE) the 1999 HPE syllabus was implemented between 1999 and 2001. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the implementation of the 1999 Queensland HPE syllabus in three BCE primary ...
(The Corporation of the Trustees, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia., 2006-07-02)
The media has recently been highlighting the concerns of many regarding the management and future of Aboriginal communities.
The Heart of Australia.
(Brisbane Catholic Education, 2006-07-01)
St. Elizabeth's, Tarragindi teacher Timothy Lynch recently travelled to the heart of Australia to assist with a camp that develops sport and musical skills for boys in the Northern Territory. This is his account of a trip ...
The Role of Technology Support Centres in stimulating Entrepreneurship and Innovation in SME Clusters
(University of Essex, 2006-09)
The Innovative Product Development Centre (IPDC) was established at the University of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands region of the UK with a mission “to help small and medium sized companies improve their business, ...
Expression of target and reference genes in Daphnia magna exposed to ibuprofen.
(Springer Nature, 2006)