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Become Part of a Novel Global Horizon Scanning Research Prioritization Project

Tuesday, December 17, 2013   (0 Comments)
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The Global Horizon Scanning Research Prioritization Project aims to collect and prioritize the most important future research questions as recognized by scientists from around the globe working in government, academia and business. The results of this project contribute to the mission of SETAC to achieve Environmental Quality Through Science®.

The need for this initiative was proposed in a recent issue of Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management.

The survey started in Africa, then moved to North America and the Middle East. Future surveys for Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America will be available in the coming months.

Questions submitted via this website will be synthesized by a team of public, private, academic and non-profit sector experts into a list of the top research priorities of relevance to each geographic region and will be disseminated to the policy, business and scientific communities.

All responses to the solicitation will be strictly confidential.

For questions about this exercise, please contact Bryan Brooks, Gary Ankley, Alistair Boxall or Murray Rudd.

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