The ECETOC Best Platform Award is to honour the early career scientist with the best platform presentation at the SETAC Europe Annual Meeting. The award winner is invited to the SETAC Annual Meeting and is offered the opportunity to submit the manuscript for publication in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (ET&C) with the page charges paid by SETAC Europe. She/he also receives a free SETAC membership.
This year’s Young Scientist Award at SETAC Europe has been awarded to Charles Hazlerigg from Syngenta for his platform presentation: “The importance of density dependence and intra-specific interactions in population models for use in risk assessment’. The research has been carried out in collaboration with the Imperial College London and the University of Exeter.