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2017 CASANZ Conference will be held in Brisbane, Australia

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casanz    Taking place from Sunday 15 - Wednesday 18 October 2017 at the Pullman Brisbane, King George Square, Australia, The CASANZ 23rd International Clean Air & Environment Conference (CASANZ 2017) will bring together over 300 highly influential group of global industry experts, policy and decision makers and key equipment suppliers of the environmental sector, from Australia, New Zealand and around the world.

   These conferences are always special in our field, cause there is quite an active group in CASANZ dealing with Environmental Odour Management. That is why this conference is always a key event for odour experts to meet. The program of this conference has a well-assorted selection of interesting topics, but here we will focus on our beloved odorous part. So... what can we expect from this conference?

Published the preliminary program of the coming IWA odour and VOCs Conference in Warsaw

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7th iwa warsaw   The IWA Odour and Air Emissions Conferences are one of the worldwide leading odour conferences, together with the WEF and the NOSE events. The next one will take place in less than a month in Warsaw, Poland and the preliminary program has been finally published.

 The IWA people is eager to meet up and catch up with things. Following the cancellation of the past conference due to the tragic events that occurred in Paris, there has been a long period of 4 years since the last conference took place in San Francisco in 2013. Now the waiting is over and in just a month the show will start. But, what can we expect from this conference?

The ASTM Committee E18 on Sensory Evaluation will be holding a new meeting in New Orleans, LA US

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astm e18 meeting 2017The ASTM Committee E18 on Sensory Evaluation of Materials and Products meets twice a year, usually in April and October. This time the ASTM E18 meeting will be hold in New Orleans, from Tuesday, October 10th 2017 to Thursday, October 12th 2017. Many professionals attend these three days of technical meetings that usually conclude with a presentation on relevant topics in the Sensory Evaluation Field.

   The Committee E18 was formed in 1960 and to date it has around 240 members spread in 10 technical subcommittees that currently maintain jurisdiction over 31 standards. Some of these 1-hour meetings will deal with interesting aspects such as panelist performance, sensory quality or panelist feedback among many other interesting subjects. In addition a session about terminology will be also hold.