6 September 2018

Why Become and Stay a Member of SETAC?

2018-09-06T17:48:08+00:006 September 2018|Categories: 2018, Science and Publications, Volume 19 Issue 9|

Timothy Canfield and William Goodfellow, SETAC Globe Editors-in-Chief

The two of us talk every Friday morning as part of our Globe Editor-in-Chief responsibilities. As you might expect, our discussions primarily revolve around the […]

SETAC Sacramento: Connecting SETAC to Local Communities

2018-09-06T17:48:01+00:006 September 2018|Categories: 2018, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 19 Issue 9|

Eric Van Genderen and Michelle Hornberger, SETAC Sacramento Co-Chairs, and John Toll, SETAC North America President

Fun Fact: Did you know that Sacramento is actually California’s sixth capital since 1849? Starting in San Jose, […]

Extrapolation of Effects Across Biological Levels: Challenges to Implement Scientific Approaches in Regulation

2018-09-06T17:47:45+00:006 September 2018|Categories: 2018, Events, Focused Topic and Symposia, Volume 19 Issue 9|

Paul van den Brink (chair), Wageningen University; Elke Zimmer (co-chair), ibacon GmbH; Georg Streck (co-chair), European Commission; Thomas Preuss, Bayer AG; Udo Hommen, Fraunhofer IME; Simon Gutierrez Alonso, European Chemicals Agency; Anna-Maija Nyman, European […]

Summary From the Second SETAC Pellston Workshop® in Support of Global Guidance for Life Cycle Impact Assessment Indicators and Methods

2018-09-06T17:47:10+00:006 September 2018|Categories: 2018, Volume 19 Issue 9, Workshops|

Rolf Frischknecht and Olivier Jolliet, Workshop Co-Chairs

Summary Report

A SETAC Pellston Workshop® was held in late June 2018 in Valencia, Spain, to develop the second volume of the United Nations Environment Programme’s […]

SETAC Europe Student Advisory Council’s Perspective: After the Annual Meeting Is Before the YES Meeting

2018-09-06T17:46:54+00:006 September 2018|Categories: 2018, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 19 Issue 9|

Samuel Moeris, YES 2019 Chair, Ghent University; Josef Koch, Annual Meeting Representative, Ghent University; and Katharina Heye, SAC Chair, Goethe University

Who needs dining tables when you can have lunch on your […]