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By the Numbers: Chemical Exposure Curious facts and figures from analytics, chemistry and life sciences

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Statistics make the world go round: Chemical exposure in vegetables and other food items can be hazardous to the health of people. The European Union is working dedicatedly to eliminate this exposure.

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Insight into the many dimensions of chemical exposure.
Insight into the many dimensions of chemical exposure.
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From global research spending in the chemical industry to our eating habits during lockdown, the European Union is making an effort to cut chemical exposure (and there is evidence from the US that we are not doing enough) — the latest edition of LAB Worldwide offers a statistical roundup and has a little something for everyone.

View our picture gallery for interesting stats and information about chemical exposure and global investments in chemical research and innovation.

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