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ET&C May 2018 Cover

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IEAM May 2018 cover

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Gender Bias and Equal Opportunity in Scientific Research

Leonie Nüßer, RWTH Aachen University; David Saunders, Shell International B.V.; and Jennifer Lynch, SETAC

Gender bias and unequal opportunity are well documented in science and research and have the potential to […]

By |5 September 2019|Categories: 2019, Events, Science and Publications, Session Summaries, Volume 20 Issue 9|0 Comments

Is It Us or Is It Them?

Annegaaike Leopold, Calidris Environmental BV; Charmaine Ajao, European Chemicals Agency (ECHA); and Thomas-Benjamin Seiler, RWTH Aachen University

This special session was held during the SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting last May […]

SETAC Journal Supports United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Research

Richard J. Wenning, IEAM Editor-in-Chief, and Jen Lynch, SETAC Director of Publications

SETAC’s bimonthly peer-reviewed journal, Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM), is launching an initiative to align the publication of […]

By |8 August 2019|Categories: 2019, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 8|0 Comments

Wiley’s Drive Towards Open Research: Projekt DEAL and More

Steven Ottogalli, Publisher, and Lee Axelrod, Marketing Manager, Wiley

SETAC partners with Wiley, a global scientific and scholarly publisher, to produce SETAC’s journals Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry […]

By |9 May 2019|Categories: 2019, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 5|Comments Off on Wiley’s Drive Towards Open Research: Projekt DEAL and More

High-Impact Papers Publishing in the SETAC Journals

Jen Lynch, SETAC Director of Publications

These articles are generating conversation and influencing the community. They are our most “highly cited” articles from 2016–2017, which will contribute to the next impact […]

By |11 April 2019|Categories: 2019, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 4|Comments Off on High-Impact Papers Publishing in the SETAC Journals

Convenience Has Its Consequences: Risks of Repurposing Sulphur Waste into Polymers

Lauren Zink and Greg Pyle, University of Lethbridge, Canada

Sulphur has been the focus of modern polymer chemistry and materials science advances in recent years due to its abundance and unique characteristics. […]

By |11 April 2019|Categories: 2019, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 4|Comments Off on Convenience Has Its Consequences: Risks of Repurposing Sulphur Waste into Polymers

SETAC Journals Adopt Double-Blind Peer Review

Charles Menzie, SETAC Global Executive Director

It is with pride that I announce that the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) is adopting a double-blind peer review process commencing 1 […]

By |17 January 2019|Categories: 2019, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 1|Comments Off on SETAC Journals Adopt Double-Blind Peer Review

Maintaining High Standards of Publishing Ethics

Jen Lynch, SETAC Publications Manager

The SETAC publications, including our journals Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (ET&C) and Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM), adhere to high ethical standards. While that statement sounds lovely, […]

By |17 January 2019|Categories: 2019, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 1|Comments Off on Maintaining High Standards of Publishing Ethics

News and Recognition from Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

Helen Callow, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Editorial Office

There are changes and happenings at Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (ET&C) that coincide with the turn of our calendars to 2019. First, we […]

By |17 January 2019|Categories: 2019, Science and Publications, Volume 20 Issue 1|Comments Off on News and Recognition from Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

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