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Germany Announces Research Project to Establish Criteria for Assessment of the Human Health and Environmental Risks of Novel (Nano) Materials

On April 29, 2019, the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) announced InnoMat.Life, a joint research project to establish criteria for an efficient assessment of the human health and environmental risks of novel (nano) materials.  The Federal Ministry of … Continue reading

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Registration now closed for R.A. Research Seminar

We’ve had such a wonderful response that we have filled all the available spots for this workshop. Please feel free to stop by the Reference desk if you need help with research over the summer term. We’re here to help … Continue reading

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Celebrate Law Day with New Research Guides from the Law Library

This is a guest post by Donna Brearcliffe, Special Assistant in the General and International Collections Directorate of Library Services, Library of Congress. Carol Highsmith. U.S. Supreme Court building, Washington, D.C. [between 1980 and 2006]. Highsmith (Carol M.) Archive. Library … Continue reading

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Shouldn't every major marijuana investor make major investments in marijuana research?

The question in the title of this post is prompted by this notable story out of Boston headlined "Harvard, MIT share $9 million gift to study marijuana's health effects." Here are the interesting details: An investor in the cannabis industry … Continue reading

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Littleton-Griswold Research Grants Announced

The American Historical Association has announced the recipients of its Littleton-Griswold Research Grants, which support research in US legal history:Nicole Breault, The Night Watch of Early Boston: Law and Governance in Eighteenth-Century British AmericaSigne Fourmy, They Chose Death over Slavery: … Continue reading

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