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Nov 2014


Vancouver Convention Centre 1055 Canada Place West Building Vancouver , BC V6C 0C3
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SETAC North America 35th Annual Meeting - Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry



The SETAC North America 35th Annual Meeting is a 5-day event jam-packed with training and learning opportunities. More than 2,300 scientists, assessors, regulators and managers will gather to gain knowledge and skills in the latest cutting-edge environmental research and science. You will have a chance to connect with and learn from a diverse group of representatives from academia, business and government from more than 40 countries. You will accomplish specific learning objectives and have the chance to make valuable connections with other professionals in your own and related fields.

The first day of the meeting offers professional training courses designed to help you freshen existing skills or learn something new. The daily program consists of more than 1,800 platform and poster presentations over 4 days. Session tracks cover topics such as aquatic toxicology and ecology, ecological risk assessment, environmental or analytical chemistry, terrestrial or wildlife toxicology and ecology, and risk management, remediation or science policy. Special symposia and daily keynote speakers will tackle emerging and topical events and research. Again this year, several sessions will be recorded and made available online after the meeting, allowing you to keep learning and to share the experience with your coworkers back home.

Demonstrating technological and scientific resources and products, the Exhibit Hall features more than 60 businesses and organizations that support environmental research. Networking opportunities and area tours during your lunch break or after hours give you the opportunity to connect with other scientists outside the session rooms. And if you want to hear from the next generation of scientists, students from across the globe will attend this meeting to present their work and to interact with professionals in mentoring and leadership events.

So mark your calendars for 9 - 13 November 2014 to see first-hand what’s ahead in environmental toxicology and chemistry. This sound investment in your future will provide you with knowledge, skills and motivation you can use to address current and future environmental issues.


What’s in it for you at the SETAC Annual Meeting?

Over 2,300 environmental scientists, assessors, regulators, and managers to view your organization’s showcase

More than 40 countries represented so your product or service gets global exposure

A 33-year history of cutting-edge science and high-visibility trade show, a win-win combination for you and SETAC

Representatives from worldwide, regional, state, and local government, business, academic and nongovernmental organizations who’ll want to see what you have to offer

Your ad in the print and online meeting programs, a long-lasting, take-home bonus for your promotion

Who should exhibit? You should, and you’ll be in good company.

Environmental consulting firms: life-cycle assessment, toxicology, risk assessment, chemistry and environmental engineering
Analytical chemistry: equipment, supplies and services
Environmental sampling and monitoring equipment: aquatic, soil and air
Toxicology testing supplies and equipment: aquatic, avian and wildlife
Software: expert systems, statistics and databases
Publishers: books and journals
Scientific and laboratory suppliers

About SETAC North America

SETAC North America is a Geographic Unit (GU) of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), established to promote and undertake activities of SETAC in the United States, Canada and Mexico, and to support other GUs in Asia/Pacific, Europe and Latin America. SETAC North America is dedicated to the use of multidisciplinary approaches to examine the impacts of stressors, chemicals and technology on the environment. The Society also provides an open forum for scientists and institutions engaged in the study of environmental problems, management and regulation of natural resources, education, research and development, and manufacturing.



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