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Underserved communities are the focus of renewed funding opportunities announced by the National Institutes of Health.
Aviv Regev developed a computational method that reconstructs the lineage of every cell of a zebrafish during its development.
NIEHS is working with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to boost knowledge about emerging contamination issues.
Satellites, wearable sensors, mobile phones, and other sources offer highly specific data that support precision environmental health.
The National Academies looks at complex chemical mixtures and processes that affect quality of air indoors, where we spend most of our time.
These research programs were front and center at the National Toxicology Program Board of Scientific Counselors meeting.
The American Thoracic Society co-funded the workshop report with NIEHS and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The World Trade Center Research Program highlights their success in a new study.
Earth Day events acknowledge new momentum in climate change research and mitigation, with emphasis on renewable energy.
Stephania Cormier studies a newly discovered class of environmental contaminants, shedding light on their role in respiratory diseases.