Harvard School of Public Health Awarded $651K EPA Research Grant

Harvard School of Public Health Awarded 1K EPA Research Grant
BOSTON – The School of Public Health at Harvard University is one of six academic institutions receiving a grant targeted at studying the ecological impacts of manufactured chemicals. Harvard is receiving $651,708 for its research on this topic. The six universities have been given a total of almost $4 million for their research, which will lead to better chemical risk assessments and decisions for protecting the environment
Harvard School of Public Health Awarded 1K EPA Research Grant
Source: EPA Toxic chemicals news

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