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Destination Singapore for the 2020 SETAC World Congress

Charles Menzie, SETAC Executive Director

Opportunities for us to meet to share our science, our friendships, and to increase our awareness and impact are an essential […]

13 February 2020|Categories: 2020, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 21 Issue 2|Comments Off on Destination Singapore for the 2020 SETAC World Congress

SETAC Forth Worth: Big Science in the Big Town Where the West Begins

Nile Kemble, Marlo Jeffries and Barry Gillespie, SETAC Fort Worth Co-chairs

Note from the co-chairs: This is the first in a series of articles that will […]

13 February 2020|Categories: 2020, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 21 Issue 2|Comments Off on SETAC Forth Worth: Big Science in the Big Town Where the West Begins

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

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 […]

16 January 2020|Categories: 2020, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 21 Issue 1|Comments Off on SETAC Europe’s 30th Annual Meeting in Dublin Set To Be The Biggest Yet

Poster Presentations – Missed Opportunities

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 […]

16 January 2020|Categories: 2020, Annual Meetings, Events, Volume 21 Issue 1|Comments Off on Poster Presentations – Missed Opportunities

SETAC Toronto Session Summaries

SETAC Toronto abstract book coverThe recently concluded SETAC North America 40th Annual Meeting, which was held from […]

16 January 2020|Categories: 2020, Session Summaries, Volume 21 Issue 1, Volume 21 Issue 2, Volume 21 Issue 3, Volume 21 Issue 4|Comments Off on SETAC Toronto Session Summaries

Effective Science Communication in a Science Unfriendly World: A Special Session at SETAC Toronto

Thomas-Benjamin Seiler, RWTH Aachen University; Blair Paulik, Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc.; Walter Berry, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency;  and Annegaaike Leopold, Calidris Environment BV

At the SETAC […]

5 December 2019|Categories: 2019, Annual Meetings, Events, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 12|Comments Off on Effective Science Communication in a Science Unfriendly World: A Special Session at SETAC Toronto

Horizon Scanning Stakeholder Roundtable: Prioritizing Research Questions for the Baltic Region

Mark Egsmose, European Food Safety Authority,  and Francesca Pellizzato, European Chemicals Agency

One of the eight strategic goals defined and approved by the SETAC Europe […]

5 December 2019|Categories: 2019, Annual Meetings, Events, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 12|Comments Off on Horizon Scanning Stakeholder Roundtable: Prioritizing Research Questions for the Baltic Region

Soil Biodiversity: A Recap of the Special Science Symposium

Jörg Römbke, ECT Oekotoxikologie; Kees van Gestel, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Liesje Mommer, Wageningen University; Silvia Pieper, Federal Environment Agency Germany; Mike Coulson, ERM; Luca Montanarella, […]
5 December 2019|Categories: 2019, Events, Focused Topic and Symposia, Volume 20 Issue 12|Comments Off on Soil Biodiversity: A Recap of the Special Science Symposium

The World Is Invited to the SETAC 8th World Congress

Charles Menzie, SETAC Executive Director

In September 2020, I will join a global train of scientists, engineers and environmental managers, who will journey to the SETAC […]

31 October 2019|Categories: 2019, Annual Meetings, Events, Leadership Corner, Volume 20 Issue 11|Comments Off on The World Is Invited to the SETAC 8th World Congress