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EPA Science Forum 2006
Your Health, Your Environment, Your Future

May 16 to 18, 2006
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Washington, DC

Explore the latest discoveries in environmental science at the EPA Science Forum 2006!

Every year the world's leading environmental scientists and policymakers gather at the EPA Science Forum in Washington, DC to share, collaborate, and learn. This year's Forum highlights advances in risk assessment science, investigates the relationship between the environment and public health, and examines the complementary roles of Federal public health agencies.

A Showcase for Science
The EPA Science Forum:

Demonstrates EPA's commitment to quality science.
Highlights high-priority research topics and accomplishments.
Facilitates dialogue among EPA scientists and their partners, clients,
customers, stakeholders, and colleagues from across the scientific community.
Demonstrates how the EPA provides the right science for the right questions.
A Gathering of Experts, Colleagues, and Stakeholders
If you are a:

Scientist or other member of the scientific community;
EPA staff member, client, partner, or stakeholder;
Member of Congress or Congressional staff;
Colleague from a sister Federal or State Agency; or
Just someone interested in science and the environment; then
Mark your calendar for May 16 to18, 2006
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center,
Washington, DC.

Participate in the premier environmental science event of the year!

For More Information please contact:
Alina Martin
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Phone: (703) 318-4678
Email: tcs-events@saic.com

Website: epa.gov/scienceforum


Additional Information

Registration There is no registration fee to attend the EPA Science Forum. Once you register online, you will receive a confirmation email with additional logistical information within one business day. It is EPA’s policy to make reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities wishing to participate in the Agency’s programs, pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. 791. Any request for accommodation should be made to Alina Martin, SAIC, at tcs-events@saic.com by April 14, 2006, so that EPA will have sufficient time to process the request. Registration inquiries may be directed to: Alina Martin Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) Phone: (703) 318-4678 Email: tcs-events@saic.com