SETAC Globe - Environmental Quality Through Science
Building Communication Bridges Around the Globe
Charlie Menzie
Charlie MenzieGlobal Executive Director Charlie Menzie wrote earlier this year about being a Voice for Science, and takes that notion forward after hearing from SETAC members.


13 July 2017
SETAC MinneapolisExciting Activities and Presentations Planned Just for You – Check out the Minneapolis Meeting
Teresa Norberg-King and Dalma Martinovic-Weigelt
The sessions are set, the keynote speakers are outstanding and the professional training courses are diverse. The SETAC North America 38th Annual Meeting is going to be great!

SETAC RomeSETAC Rome – Responsible and Innovative Research for Environmental Quality
Anna Barra Caracciolo and Paola Grenni
The SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting is 10 months away. But the Program Committee has a great venue to work with and an enthusiastic committee working to make this meeting something special.


Tim Canfield and Bill GoodfellowWe Need Your News and Special Interest Articles
Bill Goodfellow and Tim Canfield
We thought that this issue would be a great time to report-back to you concerning the “state of the SETAC Globe.” As of this spring, the Globe has a subscription of over 10,000 electronic users.

Conference Square, SETAC BrusselsSETAC Brussels Reflections – Environmental Quality Through Transdisciplinary Collaboration
Ilse Schoeters, Karel De Schamphelaere, Gertie Arts and Jana Asselman
The SETAC Europe 27th Annual Meeting was a great success. Attendance was fantastic, and the newly implemented meeting changes were well received and accepted by the attendees.

Capitol Building, WashingtonKnock, Knock, Knocking on D.C.’s Door
Jen Lynch
SETAC was invited to participate in a day of meetings with influential politicians in Washington, D.C. Jen Lynch reports here on what she learned and how you can help support science policy decisions.

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Ikechukwu OnwuraGeographic Unit Annual Meetings: Helping to Make Our World a Little Smaller
Ikechukwu Onwura
SETAC meetings can have a lasting impression and influence future events. Read how SETAC Nantes inspired SETAC Africa President Ikechukwu Onwura and the forthcoming SETAC Africa meeting in Calabar.

SETAC BrusselsSession Summaries from SETAC Brussels

The recently concluded SETAC Europe 27th Annual Meeting, which was held from 7–11 May 2017 in Brussels, Belgium, was another successful meeting, attracting 2,079 delegates who could choose from 564 platform and 1,188 poster presentations. These session summaries provide examples of presentations and discussions during the meeting.

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Register for the SETAC North America Focused Topic Meeting: Risk Assessment of Chemical Mixtures in Denver, Colorado, by 21 July and save with early bird rates.

Register now and submit an abstract for the SETAC Africa 8th Biennial Conference in Calabar, Nigeria, by 21 July. Register for the SETAC Africa Women’s Event.

Reserve a room for the 12th SETAC Latin America Biennial Meeting in Santos, Brazil, by 31 July. Register by 7 August and save with early bird rates. Submit a late poster abstract by 7 August.

Nominate a colleague for the SETAC Fellows Award by 4 August.

Register for the SETAC North America 38th Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by 15 August and save with early bird rates. Become an exhibitor or meeting sponsor.

Submit a session for the SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting in Rome, Italy, by 15 August. Become a sponsor for the meeting.

The SETAC/Procter & Gamble Fellowship for doctoral research in environmental science invites students in North America to apply by 27 August.

Submit a short commentary on climate change for Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management by 1 September.

Save the date, 27–28 November 2017, for the 23rd SETAC Europe LCA Case Studies Symposium in Barcelona, Spain. Submit an abstract by 11 September.

IEAM volume 13, issue 3What’s New in IEAM
Science, antiscience, and environmental decision making: A call to action
Sabine E Apitz, Thomas Backhaus, Peter M Chapman, Wayne Landis, Glenn Suter
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The role of high-throughput screening in ecotoxicology and engineered nanomaterials
Andrew Barrick, Amélie Châtel, Mélanie Bruneau, Catherine Mouneyrac
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