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Links with more information


  • DEBtox Research, for my commercial activities.
  • My author page at Leanpub for all my e-books.
  • The landing page for information about DEB theory at http://www.debtheory.org/ 
  • DEB information on www.bio.vu.nl/thb/deb, the website of the former Dept. of Theoretical Biology of the VU university Amsterdam.
  • My lectures from 2006-2014 at www.bio.vu.nl/thb/users/tjalling/lectures. All downloadable in PowerPoint format. This page is not updated anymore.
  • Roman Ashauer's website about models in ecotoxicology at: www.ecotoxmodels.org. His site contains many more useful links for the modelling enthousiast.
  • Information about CREAM at cream-itn.eu. CREAM was a Marie Curie Initial Training Network, funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Programme. Several of the projects within the network applied DEB or DEBkiss.

Collaborators


  • Bongers EcoTox Services is run by Marina Bongers. She also offers more standard GUTS analysis in a regulatory context (with me as a scientific advisor).
  • The DEB Node at Akvaplan NIVA, where Starrlight Augustine is currently working. This group will organise the 2017 DEB course and symposium. See also the other DEB nodes in DEBnet.
  • Roman Ashauer of the University of York, who is also working extensively on GUTS issues (see www.ecotoxmodels.org).

Free tools that you cannot live without


  • Need to get data points from a graph out of a publication? Try out the free PlotReader at jornbr.home.xs4all.nl/plotreader. It's free and it works like a charm.
  • LaTeX, the document preparation system for nerds. Windows users find everything they need at miktex.org. In addition, you can use TeXnicCenter to give you a user-friendly environment, see www.texniccenter.org.
  • Need information about a chemical such as structure, molecular weight, hydrophobicity? Download EPI suite.
  • Need to work on the same files from different computers, or share documents with colleagues? Open a DropBox account. Works perfectly for me. For more information about this service, and its vulnerabilities, check out the WikiPedia entry.



The DEBtox information site, www.debtox.info, since July 2011