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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

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EVISA welcomes its one millionth visitor


This success story is the result of the continuing work of EVISA to create a web portal that serves its community with valuable information. EVISA's database system is steadily growing and kept actual and has reached more than 14,000 pages.  Different but intensively linked databases inform about the characteristics of elemental species (physical, chemical and biological data on elemental species), their determination (methods, instrumentation, standards and reference materials) and legislation. EVISA's directory of scientists provides the contact channels to colleagues doing research in this area and EVISA's Agenda of events informs about interesting events related to different aspects of elemental speciation. Extensive linking both to internal but also to external websites empowers the user to access valuable information with only a few clicks.

Google is recognizing the value of EVISA's webportal as the primary information source in the area of chemical speciation with a ranking of 6/10. 

Related News

EVISA News, August 21, 2009: EVISA's web portal: Relaunch of the Speciation Discussion Forum
 EVISA News, December 15, 2008: A short review of EVISA's activities during the year 2008
 EVISA News, July 7, 2008: EVISA user community surpassing 30,000 visits per month
 EVISA News, December 16, 2007: Three years EVISA Newsletter - Four years EVISA website - Time to take stock
 EVISA News, November 13, 2007: EVISA's Link Database: A very versatile information source
 EVISA News, October 7, 2007: New search engine on EVISA's web portal
 EVISA News, September 17, 2007: Experts in Speciation Analysis came together in Münster, September
 EVISA News, April 1, 2007: EVISA's User Community steadily growing
 EVISA News, January 15, 2007: EVISA has opened a new regional office
 EVISA News, December 17, 2006: Two years Speciation Newsletter - Three years of EVISA web site operation - Accomplishments and Future Perspectives
 EVISA News, December 16, 2005: One year EVISA speciation Newsletter - Two years of EVISA web site operation - Time to look back
 EVISA News, December 19, 2004: Elemental speciation is going commercial
 EVISA News, January 22, 2004: Now more than 150 scientists listed in EVISA's directory
 EVISA News, January 18, 2004: New EVISA service: Vacancies

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