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The SETAC Annual Meeting is Europe’s leading Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry conference. Representatives from academia, government and industry gather to present and discuss the latest scientific findings and insights.

The meeting will focus on scientific and applied issues of different stressors in present World.

Date: 25.05.2008 - 29.05.2008
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Warsaw, Poland.
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄www.setac.eu⁄warsaw⁄

The programme will be composed of platform and poster presentations in parallel sessions in a range of disciplines.

The topic of the meeting is World under stress: scientific and applied issues in environmental toxicology and chemistry.

As usually, both purely scientific and applied problems will be discussed, and particular stress will be put on bringing scientists and practitioners together.

The following main themes will be addressed:

  • Ecotoxicology
  • Environmental chemistry
  • Environmental risk assessment
  • Interactions between natural and anthropogenic stressors
  • Life Cycle Assessment
  • Political and socio-economic aspects of environmental issues
  • Proteomics and genomics
  • Special sessions:
    - Biodiversity
    - Carbon Footprinting
    - Environmental contamination and human health
    - Environmental risk assessment in Central and Eastern Europe
    - Evolutionary processes in contaminated environment
    - Impacts of climate change
    - Nanomaterials


August 15,2007submission of session proposals
November 30,2007submission of short course proposals
November 30,2007submission of abstracts
January 31,2008exhibitors early registrations
March 1,2008grant applications
March 15,2008early registration at reduced fee
May 10,2008close advance registrations

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