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A new National Academies report recommends ways to use recent advances in science and technology for assessing risks from chemicals.
Stratton discussed studies of mutation patterns in cancer cells, which are helping scientists trace the exposures that led to cancer.
NTP postdoc Sreenivasa Ramaiahgari, Ph.D., described his work developing cell models that better mimic human tissue for toxicity testing.
Exposure sensors and citizen science offer exciting possibilities for improving public health, based on a recent data science roundtable.
At the Friends of NIEHS yearly meeting, Linda Birnbaum, Ph.D., shared the latest findings in NIEHS-funded environmental health research.