The purpose of the Society for Risk Analysis - Australia & New Zealand (SRA-ANZ) is to provide an opportunity for an inclusive, broad-based society that promotes communication between disciplines, a breadth of tools and viewpoints, and platforms for training, workshops, and conferences.
ACTRA: Annual Scientific Meeting & Continuing Education Day
The Australasian College of Toxicology & Risk Assessment has recently announced its 2017 annual scientific meeting programme. With an impressive 22 presentations over the two day meeting, the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting will feature speakers from around the world presenting on a range of topics addressing the theme Risk Assessment of New Technologies.
Call for abstracts: Risk in an Interconnected World
Our world is more interconnected than ever before. From transport and technology, to trade and the environment, increasing interconnectedness presents significant challenges to government, industry and the individual. What emergent risks are we likely to face and how can we manage them?
The 10th Annual Conference of the Society for Risk Analysis Australia and New Zealand (SRA-ANZ) is calling for abstracts that delve into risk and interconnectedness from the perspective of academia, government and industry.
We are proud to announce that this year’s conference will be held in conjunction with the Australasian Bayesian Network Modeling Society.
We invite abstracts for oral presentations and posters on all aspects of risk, risk analysis and risk management.
Microbiota Informing Next Generation (NextGen) Risks and Benefits
Through a variety of dairy products including fluid milk, cheese, yogurt, ice cream, and butter, bovine milk provides myriad essential nutrients to the human consumer. The dairy industry has great desire to produce the highest quality milk possible. Of particular concern in this regard are pathogenic bacteria that might lead to foodborne illness. Long-considered sterile unless produced by infected cows or contaminated via milking equipment, any milk containing bacteria has historically been considered a health risk to the consumer.
This is the third webinar in SRA's Advancing the Science series. The webinar series is organized by partnering Regional Organizations (Australia, New England, New Zealand, and Upstate NY) of the Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) as the first of three phases of a project entitled Understanding Perceptions and Evidence of Benefits and Risks of Consuming Fresh Unprocessed (Certified Raw or Raw Drinking) Milk.
The webinar will run on Wed May 24th, 7:30 am AEDT (Sydney) and Wed May 24th, 9:30 am NZDT (Wellington)
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