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Novel technologies using nanoparticles may help clean up contaminated drinking water, according to the 2017 Karen Wetterhahn Award winner.
In Kigali, Rwanda, an NIEHS-sponsored workshop focused on building environmental health research capacity in the H3Africa consortium.
Former NIEHS scientist Ben Van Houten, Ph.D., shared findings on new functions for a DNA repair protein known as UV-DDB.
The National Toxicology Program’s advisory board discussed new directions shared by Associate Director Brian Berridge, D.V.M., Ph.D.
The fall meeting of the North Carolina Society of Toxicology highlighted populations that are especially sensitive to toxicants.