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More than 700 people registered for the virtual event, which covered research and resilience in the face of racism.
NIEHS-funded researchers reported that lessons from Hurricane Harvey accelerated and improved research response after an industrial fire.
Black, Indigenous, and people of color press for action to promote environmental health justice, in the latest from our racial equity series.
The NIEHS Worker Training Program funds recovery centers for essential workers and communities affected by high COVID-19 rates.
Students participating in the NIEHS Scholars Connect Program presented their research and shared their experiences at the Spring Symposium.