CHECK OUT THE LATEST FROM SCIVERA CATEGORIES All PostsNews and EventsResearchSciveraLENS SciVera to meet with toy manufacturers and suppliers at Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair in Nuremberg, Germany [1-6 February 2012]. US Toy Industry Association references SciVera as a solution for chemical safety assessment SciVera launches enhanced version SciVeraLENS® Secure Supplier Platform (SSP) SciVera Founder & President, Joe Rinkevich, presents to aerospace, defense and security executives at E2S2. SciVera publishes a Chinese language version of its SciVera Lens Fact Sheet SciVera Vice President, Dr. Patricia Beattie, Presents at Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting in Washington, DC Dr. Patricia Beattie presents “Framework for the Safety Assessment of Complex Products” at the Michigan Green Chemistry Conference in Lansing, MI. SciVera relocates to new office space in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia. Dr. Patricia Beattie presents “Chemical Risk Assessment Process” to the Society of Automotive/Aerospace Engineers (SAE) International 2010 Brake Colloquium and Exhibition in Phoenix, AZ SciVera releases SciVeraLENS® version2 to customers. SciVera presents “Framework for the Chemical Safety Assessment and Consideration of Alternatives in Complex Supply Chains” at the 14th Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference in Washington, DC. Dr. Patricia Beattie presents “Material Assessment Strategy for Complex Products: Achievement in Automotive, Applicability to Aerospace” at the Environment and Energy Sustainability Symposium (E2S2) in Denver, CO. SciVera announces a collaboration with Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) on a webinar scheduled for June 9 2010 SciVera opens Michigan office to more closely serve the automotive industry and other businesses in the region SciVera welcomes Dr. Patricia J. Beattie, an experienced automotive executive, to its leadership team Rubber & Plastics News held a webinar today entitled, “Going Green in Rubber” in which SciVera Lens™ was featured as part of the ongoing achievements by the Suppliers Partnership for the Environment [Webinar Replay]. The Suppliers Partnership for the Environment makes Recommendation to the Commission on Environmental Cooperation Council on a Chemical Material Assessment Strategy (M-A-S) for North American Auto Industry Page 6 of 6« First«...23456 HOW CAN WE HELP YOU CREATE SAFER PRODUCTS?