Research for the 21st Century
EPA is forging a path forward to develop sustainable solutions to the nation's highest priority science needs. Our six integrated research programs provide the scientific foundation, methods, and tools the Agency needs to fulfill its mission of protecting human health and the environment.
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Meet EPA Scientist Nicolle Tulve, Ph.D.
EPA scientist Nicolle Tulve, Ph.D., conducts research to advance our understanding of the relationships of chemical and non-chemical stressors that affect children's health and well-being.
Read the interview.
EPA researchers have been studying how to monitor and detect aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes.
Dot Kelly, a member of the My Air, My Health challenge winning team, shares her experiences helping design a small, low-cost air pollution sensor. Read the post.
- How can nurses help educate heart patients about air pollution?
- What is the link between air pollution and stroke?
- What do we know about the health impacts of climate change?
- U.S. EPA and its Federal Partners Advance Decontamination Techniques/Researchers clean up buildings to practice real world techniques of large-scale decontamination
- EPA Awards More Than $3 Million to Researchers Studying How Chemical Exposures May Impact Brain Development