The report, released Nov. 3, added trichloroethylene, cobalt and certain cobalt compounds, and five viruses linked to cancer in humans.
The 14th annual NIEHS Science Days celebrated scientific research across the institute, with a minisymposium on nuclear hormone receptors.
The North Carolina Chapter of the Society of Toxicology meeting explored how stem cell and epigenetics innovations may serve toxicology.
In a special NIEHS seminar, Gad Getz, Ph.D., discussed cancer genome projects that may lead to important insights into how cancer develops.
Brad Racette, Ph.D. uses big data to help identify environmental factors that increase risk of Parkinson’s disease.
NIEHS scientists played central roles at the fall meeting of the Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society.
In New Delhi, NIEHS and partners in India worked toward establishing research collaborations on air pollution exposure and health.
Steve Wing, Ph.D., an internationally known epidemiologist with a passion for environmental justice, passed away Nov. 9.
NIEHS participation in the American Public Health Association meeting in Denver emphasized recent public health milestones and paths forward.