Padangų gaisrų ir mikro/nano-dalelių rizikos vandens aplinkai vertinimasProject leader: Dr. Tomas Makaras
Division: Laboratory of Ecotoxicology
Source of funding: Research Council of Lithuania
Fish as a model of trophic ontogenesis in the study of nanoparticles transport through the aquatic food chain in the context of climate change (FISH). Supported by Research Council of Lithuania, Project No MIP-S-20-22. Project budget – 150000 Eur.Project leader: N. Kazlauskienė
SMART-WaterDomain project „Framework for Organisational Decision-Making Process in Water Reuse for Smart Cities“. Joint Call on Smart water management for a sustainable society, Eig Concern-Japan. Budget – 689257,69 Eur.Project leaders: Dr. Serena Caucci and Prof. Dr. Kensuke Fukushi.
Post-doc fellowships at Vilnius university: Development of a non-invasive glucose measurement method for assessing physiological stress in fish (project no. 09.3.3-LMT-K-712-19-0110).Supervisor Dr. Julija Razumienė (Life Science Center, Vilnius university)
Assessment of Cumulative Toxicity Impact in the aquatic organisms induced by different types of Stressors (ACTIS). Project was funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, Project No. S-MIP-17-10. Project budget – 99 993 EurProject leader: L. Butrimavičienė.
Nanoparticles and heavy metal toxicity mechanisms in fish during ontogenesis (NanoTox). Project was funded by the Research Council of Lithuania, Project No. S-MIP-108/2015.Project leader: N. Kazlauskienė.