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February 26, 2024
Native Science Report
When a river flowing through the Navajo Nation turned toxic from the 2015 Gold King Mine spill, scientists turned to tribal members for help. The resulting Diné Exposure Project is now being studied as a model of community engaged research.
December 18, 2023
Popular Science
It’s the Brilliant 10 class of 2023.
October 30, 2023
Michigan News- University of Michigan
Denied drinking water. Timed bathroom breaks. Threatened or fired for bruising apples while picking them. Unsafe exposure to chemicals and pesticides. Working into the middle of night or in extreme heat or rain. Unpaid or unfairly paid wages with no recourse.
October 23, 2023
“We’re asking for something so simple. Something that could save so many lives.”
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September 21, 2023
The New York Times
In the United States, smoke from wildfires is undoing progress from the Clean Air Act. In poorer countries, the situation is even worse.
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September 20, 2023
The Guardian
New research finds evidence that exposure to PFAS and phenols increases odds of certain ‘hormonally driven’ cancers for women.

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Science Snippets: Lariah Edwards

Fellow Lariah Edwards discusses how racist beauty standards, harmful chemicals and communities of color intersect.

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Science Snippets: Misbath Daouda

Fellow Misbath Daouda discusses air pollution in Ghanaian mothers and children.

Science Snippets: Lorraine Velez-Torres

Fellow Lorraine Velez-Torres discusses fungal spores in Puerto Rico.


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