GEMS: Great Environmental Moments in Science
EPA scientists and their partners provide key research outcomes for understanding and reducing environmental risks to children's health.
EPA scientists and their partners are working to better understand why asthma disproportionately affects minority and poor children.
EPA researchers contribute to the largest federal study ever undertaken to examine environmental influences on the health and development of children.
The latest Science Matters podcast features Dr. Peter Grevatt, the director of EPA's Office of Children's Health Protection.
EPA researchers and their partners are exploring the links between early exposures to pollution and potential health effects later in life.
EPA's Virtual Embryo project is helping scientists understand how chemical exposure affects a developing embryo.
Sally Perreault Darney, PhD, is an Associate National Program Director for EPA's Chemical Safety for Sustainability research program.
EPA research is developing the tools and information needed to better understand the potential risks posed by endocrine disrupting chemicals.
EPA and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences support a network of research centers working to improve children's health and prevent disease.