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Environmental Factor

Environmental Factor

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January 2024

Papers of the Year
2023 Papers of the Year

Institute leaders selected 30 Papers of the Year from nearly 3,400 publications by NIEHS researchers and grantees in 2023.

Andrew Rooney, Ph.D., left, Kyla Taylor, Ph.D., right
Links between personal care products and early puberty mapped by new tool

NIEHS scientists created a systematic evidence map that can guide future studies on the effects of chemicals in personal care products.

Andrew George, Ph.D.
Collaboration and training key to Superfund success

The 2023 NIEHS Superfund Research Program annual meeting highlighted team science, community engagement, and scientific discovery.

panelists at the forum
Forum seeks environmental justice for North Carolina neighborhood

NIEHS convened local, state, and federal stakeholders to discuss groundwater contaminants, such as trichloroethylene, and path forward.

Rollie Mills
Rollie Mills wins 2023 Wetterhahn Award

Kentucky researcher earns accolades for water filtration membrane development and rural youth outreach.

From left, Huei-Chen Lee, Ph.D.; Kalyani Tawade; Abby Stotsenberg, Ph.D.
NIEHS team advised high schoolers using problem-based learning

Partnership between NIEHS and Wake Early College of Information and Biotechnologies showed students the problem-solving process of science.

Presenters at the Scholars Connect Program fall event
Undergrads compete at Scholars Connect fall event

Elevator pitch-style talks showcased research endeavors undertaken alongside NIEHS mentors.

painted artwork by Zuni Pueblo artist Mallery Quetawk depicting a native american woman, flowers, horses, modern building, a rainbow and the sun rising behind a mountain
NIEHS News in Brief

Native American Art, Home Radon Testing, Data in Africa, and George Lucier.


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