SETAC GLB and SETAC Europe SAC : a liaison promoting the next generation of ecotoxicologists and environmental chemists
Lüderwald, S., Newton, K., Heye, K., Bitter, K., Moeris, S., Benner, L., . . . Eriksson, A. (2018). SETAC GLB and SETAC Europe SAC : a liaison promoting the next generation of ecotoxicologists and environmental chemists. Environmental Sciences Europe, 30, 41. doi:10.1186/s12302-018-0171-z
Published inEnvironmental Sciences Europe
DisciplineEkologia ja evoluutiobiologia
© The Author(s) 2018
This commentary is an introduction for students to the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) and its Student Advisory Council (SAC). As young academics face challenges while trying to develop their careers, SETAC and the SAC help facilitate student involvement in the various communities within the society that can help to develop the students’ careers within the environmental sciences [e.g. the German Language Branch (GLB)]. This piece would also like to emphasize and pay homage to the continual cooperation between the SAC and the ESEU, which provides a scientifc platform to communicate internationally and beyond the borders of SETAC, as well as ofer heartfelt congratulations from the SAC to the GLB for their “20 Years SETAC GLB” and deep gratitude for their strong advocacy and support of the SAC.
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