Toxins Everywhere: Developing Tools to Detect Harmful Chemicals

By | October 23, 2014
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Thursday, October 24, 2013, 05:30am – 05:00pm
A variety of chemicals are used in everything
from textiles to cosmetics and personal care products to food
packaging, and many of these exhibit unintended harmful consequences
to humans and wildlife. Researchers from the UC Davis Superfund
Research Program will discuss how these chemicals interact within our
bodies to prevent normal function of our hormones and the development
of new tools, called cell lines, to measure toxicity.$5 donation suggested. No-host bar opens at 5:30pm and the program begins at
Location : Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences, 291 Country Club Dr., Incline Village NV
Contact : or call 775 881 7560

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