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Highlights from Our Blog

Wednesdays are for science at Greenversations, the official blog of the U.S. EPA. Here are some recent highlights:

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Talking Asthma for the Science Notebook. Melissa-Anley Mills, the news director for the Office of Research and Development, shares her experiences hosting a podcast about EPA research on Asthma.

Mother Earth: Indigenous Knowledge to Promote Positive Change. Monica L. Rodia, the Executive Secretary for the Tribal Science Council in EPA’s Office of Science Policy blogs about the upcoming 2010 National Tribal Science Forum.

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Cooling Down Heat Islands in Your Neighborhood Cuts Energy Costs. Graduate student and P3 grantee Eric Eisele writes about the research his team is conducting on  cool roof coatings.

Science Wednesday: From Iceland’s Ash, Potential Particle Insights. Science writer and OnAir blogger Becky Fried talks with EPA researchers about particle pollution science and the volcano eruption in Iceland.

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Science Wednesday: Homeland Security Research: Armed with Science. EPA researcher Dr. Peter Jutro, the Deputy Director for Science and Policy at EPA’s National Homeland Security Research Center blogs about his appearance on the Armed with Science podcast.

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