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Fertilizer Outlook and Technology Conference

Location: New Orleans, LA

Dates: November 13-15, 2018

TFI and the Fertilizer Industry Round Table (FIRT) November 14-16 in New Orleans for the 2017 Fertilizer Outlook and Technology Conference. This year’s theme, “Big Easy, Big Ideas, Big Opportunity” explores new technologies and issues that impact plant nutrition while also gaining perspective on the outlook for agriculture and major fertilizer materials and inputs. Dr. Dan Perkins… Read More>

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TFI and the Fertilizer Industry Round Table (FIRT) November 14-16 in New Orleans for the 2017 Fertilizer Outlook and Technology Conference. This year’s theme, “Big Easy, Big Ideas, Big Opportunity” explores new technologies and issues that impact plant nutrition while also gaining perspective on the outlook for agriculture and major fertilizer materials and inputs.

Dr. Dan Perkins and Greg Goodwin will attend representing Waterborne’s nutrient expertise.

 

 

SETAC North America 39th Annual Meeting

Location: Sacramento, California

Dates: November 4-8, 2018

2018 Theme: Bridging Divides Between Environmental Stewardship and Economic Development

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2018 Theme: Bridging Divides Between Environmental Stewardship and Economic Development

ICCA Multi-Stakeholder Symposium on the Development and Application of an Environmental Risk Assessment Framework for Microplastics

Location: Sacramento, California

Dates: November 3, 2018

Waterborne experts, Chris Holmes and Scott Dyer, were invited to take part in the International Council of Chemical Association’s symposium in November. The symposium is intended to discuss the scientific merits and limitations of applying risk assessment methods to the topic of microplastics in the environment. Chris Holmes will also be presenting on the topic… Read More>

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Waterborne experts, Chris Holmes and Scott Dyer, were invited to take part in the International Council of Chemical Association’s symposium in November. The symposium is intended to discuss the scientific merits and limitations of applying risk assessment methods to the topic of microplastics in the environment. Chris Holmes will also be presenting on the topic of aquatic exposure modeling of microplastics in wastewater emissions during the symposium’s plenary session.

The British Crop Production Council Congress 2018

Location: Brighton, UK

Dates: October 31 - November 1, 2018

The 2018 BCPC Congress is scheduled to take place on 13 – 14 November in Brighton UK. Theme: Getting a good deal for Agriculture and the Environment The Congress will consider emerging regulatory and environmental policy direction, and examine how this can stimulate and support beneficial changes in farming practice, to provide benefits for both food… Read More>

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The 2018 BCPC Congress is scheduled to take place on 13 – 14 November in Brighton UK.

Theme: Getting a good deal for Agriculture and the Environment

The Congress will consider emerging regulatory and environmental policy direction, and examine how this can stimulate and support beneficial changes in farming practice, to provide benefits for both food production and public good.

Waterborne’s Dr. Gerco Hoogeweg will be speaking at this conference and presenting on Higher tier modelling for Europe: a framework.

2018 ACS Fall National Meeting & Exposition

Location: Boston, MA

Dates: August 19 - 23, 2018

ACS organizes two national meetings & expositions each year, and each one attracts an estimated 11,000 to 13,000 chemists, chemical engineers, academicians, graduate and undergraduate students, and other related professionals. During the meeting, scientists present new multidisciplinary research, hear the latest information in their areas of professional interest, and network with colleagues. Programming is planned by… Read More>

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ACS organizes two national meetings & expositions each year, and each one attracts an estimated 11,000 to 13,000 chemists, chemical engineers, academicians, graduate and undergraduate students, and other related professionals. During the meeting, scientists present new multidisciplinary research, hear the latest information in their areas of professional interest, and network with colleagues. Programming is planned by our 33 technical divisions that cover all scientific fields, secretariats that focus on multidisciplinary programming, and ACS committees. Each meeting will feature more than 7,000 presentations organized into technical symposia that highlight important research advances with over 250 exhibitors showcasing new technological developments.

SETAC Europe 13th Special Science Symposium

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Dates: October 23-24, 2017

Symposium topic – Extrapolation of Effects Across Biological Levels: Challenges to Implement Scientific Approaches in Regulation This symposium will cover current risk assessment practices and challenges, based on regulatory views of EFSA, European Commission, and ECHA, as well as novel experimental and modelling approaches. Waterborne’s Dr. Amelie Schmolke will be attending and presenting a poster… Read More>

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Symposium topic – Extrapolation of Effects Across Biological Levels: Challenges to Implement Scientific Approaches in Regulation

This symposium will cover current risk assessment practices and challenges, based on regulatory views of EFSA, European Commission, and ECHA, as well as novel experimental and modelling approaches. Waterborne’s Dr. Amelie Schmolke will be attending and presenting a poster on the development of population models for use in environmental risk assessment.

2018 EU Modeling Workshop

Location: Copenhagen

Dates: Oct 9 - 11, 2018

Dr. Gerco Hoogeweg has been invited to participate in the important and exclusive modeling workshop this fall.

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Dr. Gerco Hoogeweg has been invited to participate in the important and exclusive modeling workshop this fall.

73rd SWCS International Annual Conference: Culture, Climate and Conservation

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Dates: July 29-August 1, 2018

New Mexico’s rich culture and diverse landscape makes it the prime location to celebrate the 73rd SWCS International Annual Conference theme, Culture, Climate, and Conservation. Bordered on the east by the Sandia Mountains, to the west by Petroglyph National Monument, and with the Rio Grande flowing through its center, Albuquerque possesses many of the natural features… Read More>

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New Mexico’s rich culture and diverse landscape makes it the prime location to celebrate the 73rd SWCS International Annual Conference theme, Culture, Climate, and Conservation. Bordered on the east by the Sandia Mountains, to the west by Petroglyph National Monument, and with the Rio Grande flowing through its center, Albuquerque possesses many of the natural features characteristic of New Mexico, a state of mountains and mesas, deserts and forested wildernesses. Whether you’re exploring the downtown Convention Center site, venturing into Spanish-influenced Old Town Albuquerque, or learning about local pueblos and native traditions, the blend of cultures and lifestyles serves as a reminder of the many stakeholders that are part of and affected by land management decisions.

2018 Spring Environmental Modeling Public Meeting (EMPM)

Location: Washington, DC

Dates: May 23, 2018

SETAC Rome – SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting

Location: Rome, Italy

Dates: May 13-17, 2018

SETAC Rome is a 5-day event featuring a variety of training, networking and learning opportunities. SETAC EU covers emerging research, regulatory developments and the latest methodologies in environmental toxicology and chemistry. Between 2,000 and 2,500 scientists, assessors, regulators and managers from academia, business and government, representing an average of 60 countries, provide a unique networking opportunity and a chance… Read More>

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SETAC Rome is a 5-day event featuring a variety of training, networking and learning opportunities. SETAC EU covers emerging research, regulatory developments and the latest methodologies in environmental toxicology and chemistry. Between 2,000 and 2,500 scientists, assessors, regulators and managers from academia, business and government, representing an average of 60 countries, provide a unique networking opportunity and a chance for cross-collaboration long after the closing session.