Pensacola, Fla.—The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry is pleased to present the SETAC Global Partners Capacity-Building Award to John Giesy, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Environmental Toxicology and Ambassador to China at the University of Saskatchewan. The award will be presented at the SETAC North America 34th Annual Meeting, 17-22 November at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn.
The Toxicology Centre and GIWS at the University of Saskatchewan invite you to a special guest lecture by Dr. Burton, titled Are Contaminated Sediments an Important Ecosystem Stressor?
Lalita Bharadwaj is hoping that a successful educational program last year involving U of S grad students and Grade 8 students in four public schools in Saskatoon will garner even more interest this year, and offer even more opportunities for young people to delve into the world of science.
University of Saskatchewan toxicologist John Giesy has been awarded one of Canada’s top honours for contributions to environmental science.
University of Saskatchewan and SIAST researchers, in partnership with Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), have been awarded a federal NSERC grant of $750,000 over three years to advance eco-friendly remediation techniques and technology, making it easier to clean up contaminated soil at former gas station sites.
Dr. Shane Journeay balances a full life as a medical resident and nanotoxicology researcher.