While the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee passed S. 810, the Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act of 2011, shortly before the House and Senate recessed in August, no further action is expected by the Senate when Congress reconvenes in September due to pressing economic issues.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) has finalized the Institute's new strategic plan, which according to NIEHS Director Linda S. Birnbaum, "is about what we will strive to accomplish together as we devote ourselves to research that, in my opinion, has the greatest chance
The former programs that provide funding for campus visits by SOT members to expand awareness of toxicology and promote future careers in the field have been renamed and are now called the Domestic ToxScholar Outreach Grants and the International ToxScholar Outreach Grants.
The Education Committee, Undergraduate Education Subcommittee, and K–12 Subcommittee are encouraging toxicologists to contribute abstracts for the topic “Education, Ethics, Legal, and Social Issues.” The goal is to have as robust a poster session at the 2013 Annual Meeting as we have had at the prev
The August 2012, Vol. 128, No. 2 issue of Toxicological Sciences is now available online. To have the Email Table of Contents (eTOC) alerts delivered to you as well as Advance Access notification of the latest papers and research in Toxicological Sciences as soon as they are accepted and posted to t