Research by Staci Simonich, Ph.D., suggests bioremediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons may increase toxicity of contaminated soils.
The CLARITY-BPA program released two resources Sept. 28 — data sets from grantee studies and the final core study report.
The NIEHS advisory council endorsed initiatives to study the impacts of disasters on the elderly and to update the worker training program.
In an NIEHS talk, Daniel Campbell, Ph.D., suggested that long noncoding RNA may be the gene-environment link in autism risk.
To help reduce animal use in toxicity testing, regulators should clarify what information they need and which new approaches they accept.
NIEHS postdoctoral fellow Natalie Saini, Ph.D., opened a fall seminar series at Duke with a discussion of genome-wide mutations.
Scientists from around the world gathered to discuss how to measure harmful factors in the environment and study resulting health effects.