During Autism Awareness Month, NIEHS hosted a talk about links between folate and ASD, discussions on social media, a webinar, and more.
Researchers from around the world shared insights into chronic kidney disease of unknown origin in agricultural communities.
Experts discussed how the body resolves inflammation — and what happens when it cannot — during a workshop at NIEHS.
Jacqueline Barton shared insights into the role of electron transfer in DNA repair.
Visitors from 20 countries learned about NIEHS programs related to the interconnected health of people, animals, and the global environment.
The North Carolina group gains interest and numbers among researchers studying chemical effects on normal development and health.
Postbaccalaureate fellows at NIEHS found clever ways to describe their research in brief, plain-language talks for a panel of nonscientists.
Core facilities at NIEHS hosted an event to help in-house researchers learn more about available cutting-edge technologies and expertise.