Toxicity Translations

My Graduate School Year End Review

One of my favorite December traditions is the “year end review” retrospective. These start to pop up across the internet […]

Group MPs Across the Globe: Blue Carbon in Belize

Group MPs Across the Globe: Blue Carbon in Belize

When I think of climate change, I often think green. From “going green” to greenhouse gases and beyond, the color green is thrown around a lot in the environmental world. But what about thinking blue instead?

Group MPs Across the Globe: Coffee and Climate Change

Group MPs Across the Globe: Coffee and Climate Change

This summer, MEM students have traveled across the globe for summer internships associated with group Masters Projects (MPs). The “Group […]

Rachel Carson and The Ocean

Rachel Carson and The Ocean

Today would be Rachel Louise Carson’s 107th birthday. If you have already tried to Google something today, you may be […]

A Late Greeting to the New Year

Happy belated 2014! By now, it is almost February. Hopefully, those resolutions are still going strong! For my first post […]

Final thoughts on the SETAC endocrine disruption meeting

Thoughts on day 3 and the overall experience as I wrap up my series of posts on the Society of Environmental […]

Highlights from the SETAC focused topic meeting on endocrine disruption, days 1 & 2

Highlights from the SETAC focused topic meeting on endocrine disruption, days 1 & 2

Three days, thirty-one presentations, five coffee breaks, and one professional training course later, and my first conference was over. A […]

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