On November 12, 2020, David Sedlak (UC Berkeley) gave the Dourdeville Lecture on Engineering in Service to Society.
The lecture, Technological Solutions for the Rest World's Water Crises, was recorded and is available to watch...
Assistant Professor Jessica Plavicki is the recipient of an Outstanding New Environmental Scientist Award (ONES) from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
Dr. Plavicki will use her award to investigate how toxicant...
Scott Frickel, CEC Leader, and Tom Marlow, Trainee, in collaboration with Jim Elliott, were awarded academic research access to First Street Foundation's Flood Factor Database.
KC Donnelly Externship Award winner Yvonne Rericha, from Oregon State University, will be working with the Brown SRP.
Under the mentorship of faculty members Jessica Plavicki and Robbert Creton, Ms. Rericha will to studying the effects of...
Summer Gonsalves, CEC State Agencies Liaison, has joined the Rhode Island Department of Health Community Health Assessment Group.
The Community Health Assessment Group's mission is to...
We are excited to announce that the Superfund Collaboratory facilities are now reopen (as of June 15th) following the emergency COVID shutdown in March.
Kelly Pennell, former Brown SRP post-doctoral research associate and state agencies liaison, has been named director of the University of Kentucky Superfund Research Center.
The full story is available...
New SRP Publication: Vapor Pressure of Nine Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) Determined Using the Knudsen Effusion Method2020-05-01 16:24
In understanding how contaminants move around in the environment and for predicting where they will ultimately settle, it is important to have a clear understanding of their chemical and physical properties. The measurement of such...
Brown SRP researchers acquire funding for development of new spin-off PPE technology for infectious disease prevention through mosquito bite inhibition2020-04-27 09:26
SRP researcher Robert Hurt received external funding to further develop personal protective equipment (PPE) for protection against mosquito-borne infectious diseases....
In 2019, the Brown SRP worked with the Rhode Island Department of Health to test wells throughout the state for PFAS. The results are now available, including in the form of a detailed interactive map.
Please see this...