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Human Phenomonitoring Pilot Project

Barbara Wetmore and Russell Thomas. The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences. Since the advent of the environmental movement, there has been public concern over the presence of low levels of man made chemicals in the


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Funding Opportunities

Requests for Proposals (RfPs) are developed by the LRI Strategic Science Team (SST). They are designed to specifically address the objectives outlined in the LRI Research Strategy as well as to fill critical knowledge gaps in scientific investigation that are not addressed by ongoing research programs.

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Risk Assessment Basics: Methods for Conducting MOA Analysis and Use of MOA in Risk Assessment Biologically Motivated ComputationalModeling Contribution to Risk Assessment Recent Developmentsin Frameworks to Consider Human Relevance of Hypothesized Modes of Actionfor Tumours in Animals The Vanishing Zero Revisi

LRI Workshops

LRI co-sponsors workshops and conferences with scientific societies, international organizations, and governmental agencies that are designed to focus on timely issues of mutual interest to these groups and to policy makers.

Chlorine Can Bring Chemistry to Life

Introduce your students to chemistry without tackling the whole periodic table at once Recognizing basic elements as building blocks is essential to the study of science And looking closer at one element in particular chlorine can help ignite students interest in chemistry The following two day study of build

Chlorine Misinformation During the 1990s Latin American Cholera Epidemic

Former PAHO official, Fred Reiff, recounts his experiences battling chlorine misinformation during the Latin American cholera epidemic of the 1990s Despite data supporting chlorine s highly beneficial impact on clean water supplies and public health, claims persist that the potential risks of chlorination outweigh

A Common Building Block

Chlorine, oxygen, silicon, aluminum, iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, hydrogen, phosphorous and carbon make up over 99 percent of the earth s crust, atmosphere and oceans by weight These elements are truly building blocks they combine with other elements to form our world Chlorine Chemistry Chlor