His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Organic matter, Arsenic, Soil water and Cadmium. His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Ecology, Salinity, Soil contamination, River mouth and Metal. His Organic matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Compost, Soil conditioner, Soil organic matter, Phragmites and Intertidal zone.
His Arsenic study combines topics in areas such as Waste management, Digestion, Food science, Environmental remediation and Metabolism. Gijs Du Laing works mostly in the field of Food science, limiting it down to topics relating to Small intestine and, in certain cases, Contamination. His research in Soil water is mostly concerned with Soil classification.
Gijs Du Laing mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Soil water, Environmental engineering, Food science and Arsenic. His work deals with themes such as Organic matter, Surface water, Contamination, Mercury and Cadmium, which intersect with Environmental chemistry. His Soil water research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phosphorus and Agronomy.
The concepts of his Food science study are interwoven with issues in Small intestine, Selenium and Nickel. Gijs Du Laing interconnects Speciation, Toxicity and Nuclear chemistry in the investigation of issues within Arsenic. His research in Wastewater intersects with topics in Wetland and Sewage treatment.
Gijs Du Laing mainly investigates Nuclear chemistry, Chemical engineering, Wastewater, Food science and Bioleaching. His Wastewater research includes themes of Microbial fuel cell, Selenium, Sewage treatment and Bioproducts. Gijs Du Laing combines subjects such as Iodine deficiency, Chronic exposure and Nickel with his study of Food science.
His Continuous feeding study spans across into fields like Electrolysis and Environmental chemistry. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates themes from Leaching and Corrosion. His studies in Contamination integrate themes in fields like Pollution and Arsenic.
His main research concerns Nuclear chemistry, Raw material, Biofortification, Titanium and Chemical engineering. The concepts of his Nuclear chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Chitosan, Indium, Extraction, Palladium and Platinum. His Raw material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Renewable energy, Electronic waste and Heavy metals.
His Biofortification study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Epidemiology, Environmental health, Soil classification, Agriculture and Selenium. Gijs Du Laing focuses mostly in the field of Selenium, narrowing it down to matters related to Human fertilization and, in some cases, Zinc and Sodium selenate. His Zinc research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fertilizer, Agronomy, Phosphorus, Environmental chemistry and Leaching.
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Controlled variation of redox conditions in a floodplain soil: Impact on metal mobilization and biomethylation of arsenic and antimony
Tina Frohne;Jörg Rinklebe;Roland A. Diaz-Bone;Gijs Du Laing.
Technologies for Arsenic Removal from Water: Current Status and Future Perspectives
Nina Ricci Nicomel;Karen Leus;Karel Folens;Pascal Van Der Voort.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2015)
Effects of 5-year application of municipal solid waste compost on the distribution and mobility of heavy metals in a Tunisian calcareous soil
Walid Ben Achiba;Noureddine Gabteni;Abdelbasset Lakhdar;Gijs Du Laing.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2009)
Floc-based sequential partial nitritation and anammox at full scale with contrasting N2O emissions.
Joachim Desloover;Haydée De Clippeleir;Pascal Boeckx;Gijs Du Laing.
Water Research (2011)
Bioavailability and risk assessment of potentially toxic elements in garden edible vegetables and soils around a highly contaminated former mining area in Germany.
Vasileios Antoniadis;Sabry M Shaheen;Sabry M Shaheen;Judith Boersch;Tina Frohne.
Journal of Environmental Management (2017)
Arsenic metabolism by human gut microbiota upon in vitro digestion of contaminated soils.
Tom Van De Wiele;Christina M. Gallawa;Kevin M. Kubachka;John T. Creed.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2010)
Arsenic in cooked rice: effect of chemical, enzymatic and microbial processes on bioaccessibility and speciation in the human gastrointestinal tract.
Guo-Xin Sun;Tom Van de Wiele;Pradeep Alava;Filip Tack.
Environmental Pollution (2012)
Biotechnological strategies for the recovery of valuable and critical raw materials from waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) - A review.
Arda Işıldar;Arda Işıldar;Eric D. van Hullebusch;Eric D. van Hullebusch;Markus Lenz;Markus Lenz;Gijs Du Laing.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2019)
Performance of selected destruction methods for the determination of heavy metals in reed plants (Phragmites australis)
Gijs Du Laing;Filip M.G Tack;Marc G Verloo.
Analytica Chimica Acta (2003)
Metal accumulation in intertidal litter through decomposing leaf blades, sheaths and stems of Phragmites australis.
Gijs Du Laing;Gunther Van Ryckegem;Filip M.G. Tack;Marc G. Verloo.
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