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|HOME||Tanker 'Braer' wrecked on Shetland coast with oil||©Simon Fraser / Science photo library|
|AMBITION & ACTIONS||Workers deploying a boom to stop oil||©Simon Fraser / Science photo library|
|TECHNOLOGY GAPS (WP1)||Navy exercise in Messina strait on the National Emergency Plan for marine oill spills||©Italian Nay ¦ Kill•Spill partner IRSA IAMC|
|BIOSENSORS (WP2)||Genetic analysis, DNA microarray||
©Patrick Dumas / Eurelios/
Science photo library
|DISPERSANTS AND SORBENTS (WP3)||Navy exercise in Messina strait on the National Emergency Plan for marine oill spills||©Italian Navy ¦ Kill•Spill partner CNR IAMC|
|ADDITIVES (WP4)||Taking sample from biotechnological bio-reactor in microbiological laboratory||©Borzywoj / Shutterstock|
|SEDIMENT TREATMENTS (WP5)||Experimental set-up for sediment cleaning with electrodes||©Kill•Spill partner CNR IRSA|
|MULTIFUNTIONAL AGENTS (WP6)||Spill clean-up action||©Kill•Spill partner EPE|
|IMPACT ASSESSMENT (WP7)||Seagrass and Fish underwater||©Rich Carey / Shutterstock|
|FIELD TESTING (WP8)||Field test site in Sicily applying Kill•Spill products for remediation||©Kill•Spill partner CNR IAMC|
|TEAM||Group picture of Kill•Spill consortium during Kick-off meeting||©Kill•Spill consortium|
|NEWS & EVENTS||mirroring||©keller - Fotolia.com|
|NEWS & EVENTS entries||various||©Kill•Spill consortium, if not otherwise specified|
|DISSEMINATION||conference closeup 1||©picsfive - Fotolia.com|
|CONTACT||Kontakt mit Computer||©Robert Kneschke - Fotolia.com|
|DISCLAIMER||disclaimer marked on rubber stamp||©Wolfilser - Fotolia.com|
|DEFAULT BACKGROUND||Spill clean-up action||©Kill•Spill partner EPE|