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Toxicologists are Freakin’ Awesome!

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Risk Bites is going to be at the San Diego Festival of Science & Engineering Expo this year (Saturday March 21st – be there!).  I’ll be there as part of the Society of Toxicology (SOT) annual meeting, sharing the SOT stand.

Given the toxicology theme, we have a special Risk Bites video for the Expo – a toxicology primer in 3 minutes for completely uninitiated:

 

The official video title is The Risk Bites Guide to Staying Alive and Thriving.  But I rather like the unofficial one: Toxicologists are freakin’ awesome!

If you enjoyed the video, and think someone else might, please share it!  Risk Bites is a labor of love, and every bit of support helps.  Thanks!

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