GEMS: Great Environmental Moments in Science
EPA scientists explore the link between elevated ozone and heart disease risks
EPA researchers and partners are studying the local health effects associated with roadways and other "near-source" air pollutants.
The National Program Director for EPA's Air, Climate, and Energy research program answers questions about air science. Listen to the SM podcast with Dr. Costa.
EPA researchers and partners are working to improve cookstoves to protect millions from unhealthy indoor air and help improve the global climate at the same time.
EPA scientists are developing advanced models to monitor pollution exchanges between air, water, and land.
EPA researchers examine biodiesel emissions
EPA Homeland Security researchers and their partners are studying the potential for anthrax to "reaerosolize" in outdoor, urban environments following a bio-terrorist incident.
EPA researchers join forces with local and state agencies to promote innovative technologies that will improve air quality and the local economy of central and southern California.