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Author: Sandeep Patel

Read more about Transforming How We Measure Chemical Toxicity
Thousands of chemicals are in use today, but few have been fully evaluated for potential health risks. One big gap are cases in which toxicity can develop from the way our bodies process chemicals in our livers and kidneys. On July 8th, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) will convene participants of their Transform Tox Testing Challenge in a public workshop in Research Triangle Park, NC to discuss how we can fill that gap.
Read more about Public Prize Competitions Spur Innovation in Government
We're excited to announce we've selected fifteen teams to be a part of our March Competes Bootcamp, a two-week virtual program through HHS Competes that provides employees at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) with structured mentorship as they work to develop a prize or competition.
Read more about So You Want To Run A Prize Competition? We Can Help.
We created a two-week accelerator for anyone interested within the Department to learn how and get started!
Read more about Stimulating Data-driven Innovation in Breast Cancer Research
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) aims to help researchers better understand the genetic components of breast cancer by launching a new prize competition called "Up for a Challenge (U4C)-Stimulating Innovation in Breast Cancer Genetic Epidemiology."