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NIEHS scientists Allen Wilcox and Paul Wade each took time away from their research to contribute to science videos.
NIEHS worked with nearly 130 local educators in the past month, through partnerships, collaborations, and in response to direct requests.
Environmental health was highlighted at the Pacific Basin Consortium and companion meetings on both e-waste and children’s health.
At Scouting for the Cure, Girl Scouts discovered the impressive capacities of their lungs, thanks to NIEHS volunteer Christie Drew.
Aspiring undergrad scientists at NIEHS practiced presenting their work to nonscientists.