Meeting in Phoenix underway to help show kids how careers in science advance public health

March 24, 2014

PHOENIX, Ariz. — Approximately 6,500 scientists will look to inspire the next generation of scientific leaders.

PHOENIX, Ariz. — During the 53rd Society of Toxicology (SOT) annual meeting, which is currently underway until this Thursday at the Phoenix Convention Center, approximately 6,500 scientists will look to inspire the next generation of scientific leaders by illustrating how careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) improve public health, according to a press release.

A silver sponsor of the meeting, NSF International, which is a global public health and safety organization, will highlight advances in toxicology research, public health and environmental protection, continued the release.

According to the release, NSF International toxicology experts will cover such topics as careers in STEM, personal care product safety and hand washing utilizing NSF International’s, an educational website now featured on SOT’s website.

NSF International’s scientists test and certify a wide range of products including kitchen appliances, water filters, medical devices and cosmetics.

You can read more about the annual meeting here.

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