Congratulations to the Poster Awards winners at the 26th Japan Society for Environmental Chemistry Annual meeting

The 26th Japan Society for Environmental Chemistry Annual meeting was held in Shizuoka, Japan from 7 – 9th June 2017. This year’s event was attended by 700 people, with 156 oral presentations and 180 poster presentations.

Since 1990, the JEC has been working for the sound management of environmental chemicals through development of analytical techniques and waste treatment, understanding geochemical cycling of elements and molecules, and risk assessment. In order to facilitate communication between researchers and stakeholders in different countries, the JEC has held international conferences for exchanging knowledge related to environmental pollution by micro-pollutants by cooperating with societies in foreign countries.

Presentation of the Poster Awards. From left: Minori Furukawa, Kenichi Kitahara, Prof. Masahiro Sakata (conference chair, University of Shizuoka), Hashimoto, Kohki Takaguchi, Hiromitsu Urakami (RSC Manager for Japan)

The Environmental Science journals were proud to sponsor four Poster Awards at the meeting. We would like to congratulate the following winners:

 

Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts Poster Award

Kohki Takaguchi

”Effects of PCB-exposure on thyroid hormone homeostasis of dogs and cats”

 

Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts Poster Award

Minori Furukawa

“Alternative Flame Retardants in House Dust Collected from Residential Houses and Kindergartens”

 

Environmental Science: Nano Poster Award

Fumi Hashimoto

“A Structural Elucidation Method of Constitutional Isomer by Collision Cross Section Analysis”

 

Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology Poster Award

Kenichi Kitahara

“Plastics in Commercial Products, Sewage Sludge and Environmental Samples Collected from Coastal and Deep-Sea Waters: Possible Transfer of Plastics from Terrestrial to Marine Environments”

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