|Increasing fears about carcinogens and other poisons will fuel further growth in the already booming field, experts say|
Next week, as the Society of Toxicology (SOT) convenes its 31st annual meeting, its membership totals more than 3,100, double what it was just seven years ago. And for the first time in its history, with attendance expected to top 4,000, the event will be held in a convention center--in this case the huge Seattle Convention Center.
Another sign of the discipline's growth: At this year's meeting--which runs February 23-27--some 1,600 research advances are to be presented in platform discussions and poster...
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