The ability to precisely control processing rates and achieve energy savings has generalized the application of frequency converters (VFDs) and they are increasingly applied to loads in harsh environments. As with many electronic devices, environmental conditions can be a key factor in durability and reliability; temperature, humidity, shock and vibration,Read More →

Associate Professor Ken tachibana, reveals how prenatal exposure to ambient fine particles disrupts DNA methylation and subsequent gene expression in fetal development Human and animal epidemiological studies indicate that nutrition and environmental stimuli during prenatal and postnatal mammalian development influence developmental pathways and thus induce permanent changes in metabolism andRead More →

Environmental pressures may have led humans to become more tolerant and friendly of each other, as the need to share food and raw materials became mutually beneficial, a new study suggests. This behavior was not an inevitable natural progression, but subjected to ecological pressures, concludes the study of the UniversityRead More →

At the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Women’s Health Research Office 30th Anniversary Scientific Symposium, held on December 15, 2020, NIEHS Acting Deputy Director Gwen Collman, Ph.D., and Senior Public Health Advisor John Balbus, MD, presented innovative results in environmental health . Part of the Office of the Director ofRead More →