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Working Toward Protective Values for Metals in Aquatic Systems

16 January 2020|2020, Science and Publications, Volume 21 Issue 1|

Editorial note: The content of this article was previously provided as a press release of a journal article recently published in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Throughout this year, SETAC Globe will provide various press releases to further highlight the […]

Report on The Gulf of Finland Science Days

16 January 2020|2020, Branch and Chapter News, Group News, Volume 21 Issue 1|

Tatiana Vladimirovna Kuznetsova, Regional Coordinator of the SETAC Russian Language Branch

In the frame of Trilateral Cooperation in the Gulf of Finland (Estonia-Finland-Russia), the The Gulf of Finland Science Days on “Facing our Common Future” were held from […]

SETAC Europe’s 30th Annual Meeting in Dublin Set To Be The Biggest Yet

16 January 2020|2020, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 21 Issue 1|

Iseult Lynch, SETAC Dublin Scientific Committee Chair, and Rebecca Bundschuh, SETAC Europe Education Project Manager

Setting Up an Exciting Scientific Program

The Scientific Committee for the SETAC Europe 30th Annual Meeting, which will be held from 3–7 May in Dublin, Ireland, […]

Poster Presentations – Missed Opportunities

16 January 2020|2020, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 21 Issue 1|

Rebecca Bundschuh, SETAC Education Project Manager

A lot of effort goes into preparing scientific presentations for conferences. The work starts with drafting the abstract and does not stop until after the conference ends, and poster and presentation images are uploaded online […]

Improving the Climate and Culture at SETAC

16 January 2020|2020, Committee News, Group News, Volume 21 Issue 1|

Miriam Diamond, University of Toronto, and Jen Lynch, SETAC Director of Publications

The SETAC North America annual meeting in Toronto was the inaugural meeting of an ad hoc committee created by the SETAC World Council in fall 2019 with a mandate […]

It’s a Small (Coal-Polluted) World, After All

16 January 2020|2020, Science and Publications, Volume 21 Issue 1|

SETAC News Release

A study published in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry underscores that the release of pollutants in one region can have implications beyond its borders; emphasizing the dire need for global collaboration on environmental issues. The study suggests that […]

Advancing Open Data at SETAC

5 December 2019|2019, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 12|

Tamar Schlekat, SETAC Scientific Affairs Manager

Hidden behind the many excellent presentations and networking events at the SETAC North America 40th Annual Meeting, which was held last month in Toronto, there was lots of work done to advance the Society’s […]

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