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Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus. Or maybe both are just both over the moon…

September 21, 2011


In one of the previous posts I discussed the use of expert-assessment in an attempt to characterize exposure without the need for expensive (both in terms of money but also man (or women)-hours). That seemed to work, but not always and not as good experts would like us to believe. So where does that leave […]

X2012 – 7th International Conference on the Science of Exposure Assessment

September 1, 2011


Although not an actual blog post (I hope to be able to do that within the next 2 weeks), the abstract submission for X2012 has now opened. A conference that, I am convinced, will be of interest to most (if not all) of the people reading this blog.   Good Afternoon,   X2012: 7th International […]