Display 4051–4065 of 4559 results

Sort by


Filter by Type


Filter by Subject


Early Career Awards Archive Established To Date

Early Career Awards established to date include the following The Early Career Awards program (2001 2004) was created to enhance career development for researchers early in their career at academic institutions in North America,

Program Management

Strategic Science Team   The LRI Strategic Science Team (SST), which includes both senior scientists

Adhesives

 Starting around 200,000 years ago with birch-bark tar, adhesives have played an important role in the advancement of the human species.

New Study Designs for Interpretation of Chemical Exposure Data

Enrique F. Schisterman. Epidemiology Branch (EB), Division of Epidemiology, Statistics & Prevention Research (DESPR), Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD). Either through lack of power or systematic design flaw, data collected using

First Aid

When reviewing this First Aid information, please note that there are differences in the guidance provided for Aliphatic Diisocyanates (HDI, HMDI and IPDI monomers) and Aliphatic Polyisocyanates (HDI, HMDI and IPDI polyisocyanates).

Jobs and Economic Impact

The business of chemistry supports families and communities across America, and powers the economic growth that keeps our country competitive.

Technical Chlorine Information

Q Where can I find technical information on chlorine s safe production, transportation and storage A Technical information on the safe production, transportation and storage of chlorine may be obtained at The Chlorine Institute s on line bookstore The Institute offers free downloads of a series of pamphlets on

Hurricane Harvey Forum

The group discussed how the unique lessons from Hurricane Harvey can help guide planning for, and response to, future weather events.

Implementing TSCA to Effectively Regulate Chemicals in Commerce

The Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act/LCSA) will achieve a more predictable and uniform federal regulatory program for chemicals in commerce, provide better protection of Americans’ health and our environment and support our economy and America’s role as the world’s leading innovator.

Endocrine Active Chemicals

ACC is engaged with the scientific community and regulatory agencies to enhance the scientific understanding of chemicals that may interact with the endocrine system and to promote sound decisions to effectively manage risks that may exist from exposure to them.