Prof. Richard Shore, the principal investigator for the PBMS, attended a meeting in Berlin on the 24th February to discuss possible funding bids with other European organisations that undertake monitoring of chemicals in top predators and that have developed specimen banks. Richard stated that “The meeting was a great opportunity to widen the European network of collaborators that the PBMS has. We hope that future projects with such partners will help develop a Europe-wide monitoring programme that will enhance our ability to benefit from, and as necessary regulate, our use of chemicals in a sustainable way.”
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