BPA researchers turn to crowd-sourcing for funding

01/9/2014 | FoodProductionDaily.com (France)

Researchers studying the effects of bisphenol A, or BPA, on brain function are turning to crowd-sourcing to fund their project. In two weeks, they have raised almost $1,000 on Microryza. Researchers want to find out if exposure to BPA at doses considered safe by government regulators is enough to cause changes in the adult brain.

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