Posts made in January, 2015


The Face of the USEPA Science Advisory Board Could Change The EPA's Science Advisory Board (SAB) was established in 1978 to ensure the EPA uses the most up to date and relevant scientific research for its decision making and that the EPA's programs reflect this advice. It has served in this role, most often uncontroversially, through 36 years and six presidents. In the past much of the SAB was comprised of academicians theorists and...

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Growing Consumer Demand for Antimicrobial Treated Products Consumer awareness regarding the importance of antimicrobials is growing. Recent Market Research by Transparency Market Research indicates that a portion of that growth is owed to the widespread outbreaks of life threatening diseases and the increased recognition of nosocomial infections. This has led to an increase in the demand for antimicrobials in the medical and...

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