September was a busy month at the Risk Science Center.
To coincide with NOVA’s new documentary Vaccines – Calling The Shots, we’ve posted a number pieces on the topic of vaccines. Nanotechnology has also featured prominently, with a new article in Nature Nanotechnology on fumed silica in food products, and the announcement that I will be working with the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on nanotechnology for the next two years.
We’ve also posted links to new articles on noise and health and BRCA screening. And of course I had the surprise of being listed as one of Science Magazine’s top 50 scientists on Twitter! You can read the full monthly update here.
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