4th - 5th June 2013, Dusseldorf, Germany

Environmental Science Forum 2013

Smithers Viscient has brought together an exciting new event for 2013, the Environmental Science Forum.

This forum brings together two conferences; the well-established Endocrine Disruptors: Screening and Assessment Development alongside the new expert conference, Advances in Metabolism and Environmental Degradation Science: Study Designs and New Technologies.

Both conferences will be taking place side by side at the Holiday Inn in Dusseldorf, Germany from 4-6 June 2013. This Forum creates Europe’s foremost gathering of scientists researching the chemical and physical pathway of agricultural and pharmaceutical products through the biosphere.

The co-located conferences are attended by experts in the following areas; toxicology, ecotoxicology, study directors, R&D managers and regulatory affairs professionals from across the agrochemical, industrial chemical and pharmaceutical sectors. Job roles include; Business Managers, Toxicologists/Ecotoxicologists, Head of Metabolism, Contract Research Organisation, Research Institutes and Academies, and Regulators and more.

Advances in Metabolism and Degradation Science, taking place from 5-6 June 2013, covers the advancing studies and new techniques to meet the changing regulations and guidelines that manufacturers of agrochemicals, industrial chemicals and pharmaceuticals are facing. Several of the key themes which are being presented include: current and future regulations, OCED, pesticides, chiral chromatography, novel procedures, radio HPLC and TLC. View the full list at www.environmentalscience-forum.com

Endocrine Disruptors, taking place from 4-5 June 2013, is due to address key topics related to the evaluation of adverse effects on the endocrine system and corresponding regulatory requirements. Some of the themes that the Endocrine Disruptors conference will cover include; OECD framework, EU testing scheme, EPA’s EDSP, dose response ranges, EDC’s and food contact, evaluation of in vitro and in vivo test methods. View the full list at www.environmentalscience-forum.com

For more information and to book your place visit www.environmentalscience-forum.com