1 November 2018

Students of SETAC North America and Latin America Expand the Knowledge of the Society in Central America

2018-11-01T15:54:14+00:001 November 2018|Categories: 2018, Branch and Chapter News, Group News, Volume 19 Issue 11|

Marco E. Franco, SETAC North America South Central Regional Chapter Student Representative, and Brian Jonathan Young, SETAC Latin America Student Representative

South America and Central America form the SETAC Latin America geographic unit (GU). […]

SETAC Europe to European Food Safety Authority Stakeholder Forum 2018: Providing SETAC–EFSA Coordinates

2018-11-05T14:43:34+00:001 November 2018|Categories: 2018, Committee News, Group News, Volume 19 Issue 11|

José Julio Ortega-Calvo, Institute of Natural Resources and Agrobiology, CSIC, Spain

As a member of the Stakeholder Bureau (SB) of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), appointed by SETAC […]

Highlights from ECOTOX 2018

2018-11-01T15:53:19+00:001 November 2018|Categories: 2018, Branch and Chapter Meetings, Branch and Chapter News, Events, Group News, Volume 19 Issue 11|

Alexandre Arenzon, Ecotox Brazil Vice President

The Brazilian Society of Ecotoxicology (ECOTOX Brasil) hosted the 15th Brazilian Congress of Ecotoxicology: ECOTOX 2018 from 1–4 September 2018 in the warm, welcoming city […]

SETAC Europe Life Cycle Assessment Symposium Recap

2018-11-01T15:52:44+00:001 November 2018|Categories: 2018, Events, Focused Topic and Symposia, Volume 19 Issue 11|

Nicole Unger and Iris Kral, Symposium Chairs

The University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU) was the proud host of this year’s SETAC Europe 24th Life Cycle Assessment Symposium, […]

4 October 2018

Constructive Actions Towards Achieving Equity in Science

2018-10-04T16:35:36+00:004 October 2018|Categories: 2018, Branch and Chapter News, Group News, Volume 19 Issue 10|

Ève Gilroy, Environment and Climate Change Canada; Natalie Feisthauer, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; Katie Hill, Health Canada; Yamini Gopalapillai, Environment and Climate Change Canada; and Oana Birceanu, Wilfrid Laurier University

In 2016, the […]

More SETAC Sacramento Highlights: Headshots, Networking and Pups!

2018-10-05T13:27:23+00:004 October 2018|Categories: 2018, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 19 Issue 10|

Michelle Hornberger and Eric Van Genderen, SETAC Sacramento Co-Chairs

Fun Fact: Sacramento is home to some unique art! Check out “Samson” in Terminal A at the Sacramento International Airport, an art installation consisting of 23-foot […]

Global Student Guide for SETAC Annual Meetings

2018-10-04T16:34:57+00:004 October 2018|Categories: 2018, Committee News, Group News, Volume 19 Issue 10|

Alexander MacLeod, University of Maryland, United States; Katharina Heye, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany; Brian Jonathan Young, National Agricultural Technology Institute, Argentina; Francesca Gissi, University of Wollongong, Australia; Sivani Baskaran, University of Toronto, Canada; and Stephanie Graves, University of […]

Getting Ready for the Northernmost SETAC Annual Meeting Ever Held

2018-10-05T06:01:30+00:004 October 2018|Categories: 2018, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 19 Issue 10|

Kari Lehtonen, SETAC Helsinki Co-Chair

Please join us for the SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting, held from 26–30 May 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. Yes, never before has a SETAC annual meeting been […]

Grow a SETAC Family Tree in Sacramento

2018-10-04T16:32:47+00:004 October 2018|Categories: 2018, Committee News, Group News, Volume 19 Issue 10|

Ruth Hull, North America Endowment Fund Chair

Remember the above image from the SETAC North America annual meeting in 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah? We put four SETAC generations in the Endowment […]

Cooperation and Activities of the SETAC Russian Language Branch

2018-10-04T16:32:29+00:004 October 2018|Categories: 2018, Branch and Chapter News, Group News, Volume 19 Issue 10|

Anastasia Paramonova and Ekaterina Chepusova, SETAC Russian Language Branch Members

The SETAC Russian Language Branch (RLB) actively cooperates with various organizations and scientific communities with ecological profiles both inside the country and abroad. […]