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Research Brief Podcasts Archive

Superfund Research Program

Recordings of the SRP Research Briefs are available for download here and on iTunes. New podcasts are posted as soon as they are available.

345 - Modified Iron Particles Could Improve Bioremediation of PFAS

344 - Benzene Exposure During Pregnancy Affects Later-Life Metabolic Health

343 - Cadmium-Linked Inflammation Increases the Severity of Lung Infection

342 - Exposure to PCBs During Nursing Leads to Temporary Diabetes-Related Health Effect

341 - Fighting Fluorine with Fluorine: New Materials Remove PFAS from Groundwater

340 - Mimicking Molecules Made by Bacteria to Remove Metals From Water

339 - New Model Estimates PFAS Exposures From Contaminated Drinking Water

338 - Combining Analytical Chemistry and Machine Learning to Detangle Mixtures

337 - Dioxin Disrupts Liver Cells in Mice, Potential Link with Liver Disease

336 - Sampling Device Harnesses Powerful Molecular Interactions, Overcomes Barriers in Detecting Volatile Contaminants

335 - PFAS Exposure Associated with Elevated Cholesterol in North Carolina Community

334 - Disentangling Relationships Between Arsenic and the Gut Microbiome

333 - Combining Arsenic Data Across Populations Sheds Light on Exposure Sources

332 - Improving How Microbes Break Down PFAS

331 - Emerging PFAS Can Cause Changes in Gene Expression and Lipid Accumulation in Human Liver Cells

330 - Study Sheds Light on Breakdown Products of PCBs in the Environment

329 - Protein Provides Insight into Respiratory Toxicity of Cadmium

328 - Sampling Device May Predict Methylmercury Accumulation in Wetlands

327 - Leveraging Machine Learning to Predict Toxicity

326 - New Technique Yields Promising Results for Uranium Removal in the Field

325 - Biosensor Helps Characterize Contaminants and Health Risks Following Disasters

324 - Combined Approach Sheds Light on Global Cancer Risk

323 - New Passive Sampling Device for PFAS

322 - Helping Communities Monitor Air Pollution Using Plants

321 - First-of-its-Kind Arsenic Meta-Analysis Paves the Way for Future Data Integration

320 - Characterizing Arsenic Exposure in Public Water Supplies and Private Wells

319 - Analyzing Chemicals and Genes Yields Novel Insight into PAH Behavior

318 - Combined Approach Sheds Light on Factors Controlling Stream Recovery

317 - New Technique Sheds Light on PFAS in Coastal Watersheds

316 - Arsenic Exposure Before Conception May Trigger Diabetes in Male Offspring

315 - Modeling and Field Tests Yield Promising Results for Aquifer Clean Up

314 - Triclosan and a High-fat Diet Worsen Liver Disease in Mice

313 - New Model to Examine PFAS Sheds Light on Lipid Disruption Mechanisms

312 - Improved Sequencing Method Leads to Advancements in Toxicology Research

311 - Edible Sorbents May Protect Against Metal Toxicity

310 - New Tool Monitors a Flame Retardant in Sediment

309 - Treating Water with Chemical Oxidation May Produce Harmful By-Products

308 - Using Fungi to Clean up Contaminated Soil

307 - Clay Layers May Worsen Arsenic Contamination

306 - Three-Dimensional Cell Model Enhances DNA Damage Testing

305 - Arsenic Complicates Groundwater Bioremediation

304 - Electrochemical System Degrades PCE in Groundwater

303 - High-Fiber Diet May Protect Against Harmful Health Effects of PCBs

302 - PAH and Hypoxia Exposure Result in Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Fish

301 - Cadmium Exposure Impairs Production of Neurons Responsible for Learning and Memory

300 - Nanotube Sensor Detects Nitrosamines in Air

299 - Modeling Approaches Estimate Exposure and Simulate Impacts on Health

298 - Collaborative Cross Mice Can Fill Data Gaps in Risk Assessment

297 - Identifying Key Characteristics of Chemicals that Harm Male and Female Reproduction

296 - PCBs Alter Glucose Regulation Differently in Males and Females

295 - Model Predicts PAH Levels in Important Tribal Food Source

294 - New Method Quickly Screens Chemicals for Cancer Risk

293 - Study Sheds Light on Breakdown of PCBs to Potentially Harmful Metabolites in Humans

292 - Nitrous Oxide Halts Breakdown of Chlorinated Compounds

291 - Passive Samplers Tackle PCB Flux

290 - Promising Membrane Technology Reduces Chlorobenzene in Groundwater

289 - Study Sheds Light on Respiratory Toxicity of EPFRs

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