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Society of Toxicology Podcast Features Dr. Caroline Moore: “Lions and Vultures and Tox, Oh My”

On the latest episode of the Society of Toxicology’s podcast, Adverse Reactions,  Dr. Caroline Moore describes how her research intersects with the In Situ Laboratories Initiative goals and discusses how she became interested in toxicology. You can listen to the episode, titled “Lions and Vultures and Tox, Oh My” below or on any of your favorite podcast …

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Mercury-Trapping Forests: How Pristine Landscapes Shape Mercury Burden on Wildlife

ISL senior scientists Drs Mrinalini Erkenswick Watsa, Gideon Erkenswick Watsa, and Caroline Moore have collaborated with a team of international researchers led by Dr. Jacqueline Gerson to understand the impact of mercury used in artisanal or small-scale gold mining (ASGM) on ecosystems both close to and far away from ASGM published in Nature Communications.  Mercury …

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