News - 28 Aug 2023
According to recent research, “eco-friendly” paper drinking straws contain long-lasting and extremely harmful chemicals.
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News - 13 Jul 2023
Aarhus University research indicates the need for a global effort to curb PFAS pollution. The substance suppresses the immune system, increasing the risk of infections and cancer, and PFAS can...
News - 28 Jun 2023
The National Institute of Environmental Health Science (NIEHS) has awarded Mount Sinai's Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health and its Institute for Exposomics Research a new...
News - 16 May 2023
According to recent research conducted by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers, people who live in communities with a higher proportion of Black and Hispanic/Latino residents are more...
News - 19 Apr 2023
In 2019, MIT's Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) Office collaborated with several research labs in the Department of Biology to determine the feasibility of recycling clean lab plastics. Based...
News - 12 Apr 2023
Forever chemicals refer to a group of chemicals that are potentially harmful human-made substances that can be found in almost every environment across the planet.
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News - 8 Mar 2023
The University of Notre Dame scientists are expanding their list of consumer products containing PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances), a toxic class of fluorine compounds called “forever...
News - 1 Mar 2023
Not all pollution is caused by humans; according to new UC Riverside research, when global temperatures rise by 4 °C, harmful plant emissions and dust rise by up to 14%.
News - 24 Jan 2023
TAE Technologies, the world's largest private fusion energy company, today announces the formation of a new subsidiary, TAE Power Solutions.
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News - 13 Dec 2022
Microplastic pollution in Auckland’s air seems to be comparable to millions of plastic bottles.
Microplastics visible after the application of dye. The scale is 50 microns, or 0.05 of a...