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About SETAC United Kingdom Branch (SETAC UK)

SETAC UK was incorporated as a private limited company on 6 December 1989, and is one of several local branches of SETAC within Europe.

 

The Society aims to balance membership between government, business, and academia.

 

  1. To create a scientific forum for environmental toxicologists and chemists in the U.K. 
  2. Promote multidisciplinary research into environmental problems. 
  3. Encourage the application and development of fundamental research to applied problem-solving in the environment.

For more information, visit the SETAC United Kingdom Branch website.

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