in combination with the Horizon Scanning Project Workshop
4-8 October 2015, Langebaan, South Africa

Identifying Knowledge Gaps and Research Priorities in Africa:
A Pivot for Sustainable Environmental Development


This 7th SETAC Africa conference, will be held in conjunction with the Horizon Scanning Workshop. 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. This workshop will be a unique opportunity to identify research priorities for Africa in the area of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.

The conference scientific sessions will be closely related to the workshop and will be attended by over 300 toxicologists from academia, industries and government all over Africa and beyond who will explore the diverse areas of science encompassed by environmental toxicology and chemistry.

There will be an ERA workshop on 5 and 7 October 2015. Read more.

Keynote speakers

Stephen J. Klaine
Professor and Director at Clemson University
Inst. of Environmental Toxicology

Professor Augustine Arukwe
Norwegian University of Science and Technology