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New research shows potential for dietary interventions to protect against pollution and pesticides — and to reduce autism risk.
Funded by NIEHS and the National Science Foundation, the new membranes capture and deactivate SARS-CoV-2 on contact, preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Biomedical innovation, precision environmental health, environmental justice, and report back of research results among topics discussed.
NIEHS scientists talked about reproductive health and sexual development at ENDO2022.
NIEHS grantee examines the effects of exposure to tiny metal and plastic particles in animal models.
Early-career scientists’ research was highlighted during a recent event hosted by the NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Core Centers.
The event stimulated broad interest and helped stakeholders connect.