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2019 ACS Fall National Meeting & Exposition

Location: San Diego, CA

Dates: August 25-29, 2019

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 33 technical divisions that cover all scientific fields, secretariats that focus on multidisciplinary programming, and ACS committees. The meeting will feature more than 7,000 presentations organized into technical symposia that highlight important research advances and exhibitors showcasing new technological developments.

XVI Symposium in Pesticide Chemistry

Location: Piacenza, Italy

Dates: September 3-5, 2019

The XVI edition of the Symposium in Pesticide Chemistry will be organized by the Department for Sustainable Food Process of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. The Symposium will be held in September in Piacenza, Italy. The novel topics related to recent advances in pesticide risk assessment, as well as risk mitigation measures, will be… Read More>

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The XVI edition of the Symposium in Pesticide Chemistry will be organized by the Department for
Sustainable Food Process of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. The Symposium will be held in September in Piacenza, Italy. The novel topics related to recent advances in pesticide risk
assessment, as well as risk mitigation measures, will be covered.

SETAC North America 40th Annual Meeting

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Dates: November 3-7, 2019

The theme for the 40th annual SETAC North America Meeting is Great Together: Separate Challenges and Collective Solutions. This meeting will emphasize the need for environmental scientists and managers from all sectors (e.g., academia, business, government, non-profit, non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations) to work together at a global scale to address shared environmental challenges. Under such… Read More>

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The theme for the 40th annual SETAC North America Meeting is Great Together: Separate Challenges and Collective Solutions. This meeting will emphasize the need for environmental scientists and managers from all sectors (e.g., academia, business, government, non-profit, non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations) to work together at a global scale to address shared environmental challenges. Under such a paradigm, discrete technical advances would be leveraged to create harmonized approaches towards mutual solutions. The meeting offers opportunities to focus on transboundary issues within a holistic system approach.

2019 Conservation In Action Tour

Location: Des Moines, Iowa

Dates: August 20-21, 2019

The 2019 Conservation Technology Information Center’s (CTIC) Conservation In Action Tour will be held August 20-21, 2019 in central Iowa. The tour explores how Iowa farmers are at the leading edge of conservation practices-from the heart of the state’s rich cropland to the edges of its fields and the banks of its rivers. The conservation… Read More>

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The 2019 Conservation Technology Information Center’s (CTIC) Conservation In Action Tour will be held August 20-21, 2019 in central Iowa. The tour explores how Iowa farmers are at the leading edge of conservation practices-from the heart of the state’s rich cropland to the edges of its fields and the banks of its rivers. The conservation farming systems highlighted during the tour are scientific, reasonable and cost-effective, helping farmers protect the environment and strengthen relationships with their non-farm neighbors while also improving the economics of their operations. Waterborne’s Dan Perkins will be attending and looks forward to visiting you about the use of digital solutions to support your production and stewardship goals.