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NIEHS Superfund Research Program presents the Wetterhahn Award Lecture on “Development of Magnetic Nanocomposite Materials as Low-Cost Reusable Adsorbents for Chlorinated Organics in Contaminated Water” Event Details
Speaker(s): Brenda Koester from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Wendy Gutschow from the University of Southern California; Nathan Mutic from Emory University; Nsedu Witherspoon from the Children’s Environmental Health Network