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About SETAC Europe Italian Language Branch

The Italian Language Branch is a non-profit professional Society. It supports the development of principles and practices for sustainable environment quality and ecosystem preservation. It provides scientists with important opportunities for discussion and promote the application of scientific knowledge to environmental policy. The main goal is the application and advancement of scientific research into contaminants and other environmental stress agents.
It is an interdisciplinary forum among scientists and students from academia, industry and public authorities. It organizes workshops, scientific meetings and training courses on chemical and ecotoxicology topics.

For more information, visit the SETAC Italian Language Branch website.

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Michele De Rosa joined the group Europe Branches: Italian Language Branch.
Posted Friday, June 7, 2019
Carola Murano joined the group Europe Branches: Italian Language.
Posted Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Biotecnologie BT S.r.l. joined the group Europe Branches: Italian Language.
Posted Friday, August 10, 2018
Danilo Basili joined the group Europe Branches: Italian Language.
Posted Thursday, August 2, 2018
Maria Rosaria Fidanza joined the group Europe Branches: Italian Language.
Posted Tuesday, May 15, 2018
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Michele De Rosa, Julio Alberto Alegre Stelzer, Gilda F. Dell'Ambrogio, Roberta Carafa, Francesco Galimberti

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