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SETAC’s Voices for Science
Charlie Menzie
Charlie MenzieThe voices of science have been increasingly challenged and dismissed when they do not fit a narrative advanced by government leaders and associated sympathetic media.

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INSIDE VOLUME 18, ISSUE 2
16 February 2017
 
SETAC BrusselsSETAC Europe 27th Annual Meeting: Scientific and Social Programs are Coming Together
Ilse Schoeters, Karel De Schamphelaere and Gertie Arts
The SETAC Europe 27th Annual Meeting will take place from 7–11 May in Brussels, Belgium. There are less than three months to go! See what is in store for those planning to attend.

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Oxford UnionSETAC UK Branch 2017 Annual Meeting: Addressing New Challenges in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Michelle Bloor
The SETAC United Kingdom (UK) Branch Council would like to invite you to attend their annual meeting, which will be held on 21 September at the Oxford Union in Oxford, UK.

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Session Summaries from SETAC OrlandoMore Session Summaries from SETAC Orlando

The recently concluded 7th SETAC World Congress/SETAC North America 37th Annual Meeting, which was held from 6–10 November 2016 in Orlando, Florida, was another successful meeting, attracting 2,235 delegates who could choose from 752 platform and 1,315 poster presentations.

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Bill BensonBill Benson: Perspectives on the Future of Science and SETAC
Matt Moore
William H. (Bill) Benson shares his perspectives and insights on the future of science and how it relates to the membership of SETAC.

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SETAC Russian Language BranchA Letter from the SETAC Russian Language Branch
Kirit Wadhia
With the passing of a little time since the conclusion of a very successful international symposium on biodiagnostics, one SETAC Europe Council member provides some reflection on what made this meeting a success.

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Phil HowardSenior Resource Group Spotlight: Phil Howard
Matt Moore
This month, the Senior Resource Group highlights the accomplishments and career of Phil Howard.

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NEWS AND UPDATES
Propose a session for the 12th SETAC Latin America Biennial Meeting in Santos, Brazil, by 18 February.

Nominate candidates for the SETAC Europe Council by 20 February.

Propose a session for the SETAC North America 38th Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by 22 February.

Submit your Science Slam presentation for the SETAC Europe 27th Annual Meeting in Brussels, Belgium, by 1 March. Register by 15 March and save with early bird rates. Register for the SETAC Europe Job Event by 1 April. Submit your late abstract by 26 April.

Apply for a SETAC North America grant to support your Earth Day or World Environment Day activities by 31 March.

Apply for the Founders Award by 8 April.

Save the date, 17–19 October 2017, for the SETAC Africa 8th Biennial Conference in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.

 
SETAC JOURNALS
IEAM volume 13, issue 1What’s New in IEAM
Identifying and assessing the application of ecosystem services approaches in environmental policies and decision making
Joke Van Wensem, Peter Calow, Annik Dollacker, Lorraine Maltby, Lydia Olander, Magnus Tuvendal and George Van Houtven
Volume 13, Issue 1
 
ET&C cover 36:2What's New in ET&C
Toxicity reference values for methylmercury effects on avian reproduction: Critical review and analysis
Phyllis C. Fuchsman, Lauren E. Brown, Miranda H. Henning, Michael J. Bock and Victor S. Magar
Volume 36, Issue 2
 
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