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AOP chapter in newly published "Encyclopedia of Toxicology"

“Adverse Outcome Pathways: Development and Use in Toxicology,” a chapter in Elsevier’s Encyclopedia of Toxicology (3rd edition) written by HSUS/HTPC’s Dr. Catherine Willett, introduces readers to the concept of Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOP) and explains how they can improve the efficiency and accuracy of toxicity testing while reducing the use of animals.  28 more words

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Amazon delivery

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A UPS notice awaited my arrival last night at the front door. I knew my Amazon order had finally arrived.  Now to dip my nose in one of these three books written by… 34 more words

Whispering Reflections

The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music and Romance

 The Ladies’ Cabinet of Fashion, Music and Romance 1832-33 (published 1832-1870 various imprints). New York Public Library Pforzheimer Collection.

  

 

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New issue of Publius: The Journal of Federalism focuses on scholarship of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom

John Kincaid has edited a new issue of Publius: The Journal of Federalism (Spring 2014) in which noted scholars apply and reflect on the federalism scholarship of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom.   133 more words

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SAA Meets in Texas April 2014 (Dore)

The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) meets in Texas during April 2014! SAA’s new digital journal, Advances in Archaeological Practice, welcomes manuscripts from Texas archaeologists for its upcoming issues. 158 more words

Archaeology

On authorship and risk

I have a long-standing argument with a good friend about who should co-author a paper. The particular disagreement is about the role of someone, who has substantially helped to write and shape the story of a paper. 576 more words

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