Thursday, April 14, Dr. Robert Hurt took a joint Superfund / Engineering group, including trainees at all levels on a tour of Gem-Craft, Inc. in Cranston, RI. The site tour and visit opened up discussions about environmental technologies related...
Mark your calendars! April 8, 2016 at noon Dr. Matthew Rand, associate professor at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, will be...
On Friday, March 11, 2016, Stephanie Malin, Ph.D., assistant professor of Sociology at Colorado State University, will present Western Wells and Well-Being: Community Impacts of Unconventional Oil and Gas Production in Colorado. Dr....
Join us Friday, February 12, 2016 at noon in Barus and Holley room 190 for this month’s seminar series presented by Dr. Jennifer Guelfo. Dr. Guelfo joined the Brown Superfund Research Program Center this past December, as a...
Join us Thursday, December 3, for a lecture from University of Wisconsin-Madison, professor Dr. Robert Hamers. The lecture will be in Barus and Holley room 190 at noon! Abstract:In recent years there has been an explosive growth in the use of...
Dr. Eric Suuberg, leader of the Project 3 and the...
With our grant renewal we have had a lot of great news coverage. We are excited to be working with NIEHS and the state.
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Join us Friday, October 2, 2015 at noon for Dr. Richburg’s lecture “Anatomy of a Murder: The central role of the Sertoli cell in regulating the life/death balance of germ cells.” ...
Brown University’s SRP launched The Namaus (All Things Fish) Project at the Narragansett Tribe’s Annual Powwow in Charlestown, R.I., August 9-10, 2015. The SRP Community Engagement Core is working with the Tribe to assess the impacts of...