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Innovation in Action, November 2017

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Free Webcast on Forklift Training Tomorrow via @jjkeller

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After years of toxic oil spills, indigenous Peruvians use tech to fight back

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Better beef

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Get Your Flu Shot Now, Be Protected for the Holidays

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Health Officials Launch “Tobacco is Changing” Campaign to Inform Parents About Flavored Tobacco Products

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Department of Health Services Names Paul Krupski As Director of Opioid Initiatives

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announced today that Paul Krupski has been selected to serve as the new Director of Opioid Initiatives to coordinate the department’s efforts to end the state’s opioid crisis, effective today. “Opioid overdoses and the misuse of opioids, either heroin or prescription pain medications, affects every corner of...
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How the Chemical Safety Library can improve laboratory safety

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Announcing our 2017 President’s Startup Challenge Winners

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Chemistry Safety Library Datathon is Open

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Introducing the 2017 President’s Startup Challenge Judges

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Register for our webinar: Beyond BMI: Body Composition Phenotyping in the UK Biobank

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Join in the Chemistry Safety Library competition: #CSLDatathon

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Clarivate Analytics donate prizes to the 2017 President’s Challenge

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