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New initiative encourages research to transform treatment and prevention of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a devastating disease.
NIEHS will coordinate the standardization of National Institutes of Health analysis methods for metabolic breakdown products.
The NIEHS advisory board discussed a new effort to tackle common diseases and approved a proposal to expand environmental health education.
The Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Validation of Alternative Methods spotlighted federal efforts to use new research approaches.
Jason West described how unchecked greenhouse gas emissions could reduce air quality and intensify hurricanes.
NIEHS grant recipients and staff make connections between chemical exposures and latent disease risk.
Members of the Botanical Safety Consortium discussed the challenges of studying how plant-based diet supplements may affect health.
The Duke University professor’s Text Recycling Research Project aims to help scientists and editors deal with the ambiguity.