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Dartmouth's Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program Launches New Website

We have redesigned our website to make it more user-friendly and update our content.  Please take the time to browse through it, and learn more about the ways in which toxic metals affect the environment and public health.

To view the new website click here:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~toxmetal/

Northeast Regional Arsenic Consortium

Dartmouth researchers and stakeholders in the field of arsenic study gathered in Hanover for a day-long meeting to discuss the issue of arsenic in well-water and food. 

To learn more visit:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~toxmetal/program-resources/research-translation/arsenicconsortium.html





Bruce Stanton Recieves Distinguished Honors Graduate Award

Dr. Bruce Stanton has received the Distinguished Honors Graduate Award from the University of Maine and was a guest presenter of a seminar entitled "Arsenic: A Global Public Health Crisis, How Safe is Our Water and Food?" as part of the Distinguished Honors Graduate Lecture Series. 

To learn more visit:
http://umaine.edu/colleges/honors-college/alumni-profiles/dr-bruce-stanton/:



Twin State Mercury Project

Dr. Celia Chen was the keynote speaker as science students from Stevens High School and Woodstock Union High School shared the results of research on mercury in dragonfly larvae in the watersheds of New Hampshire and Vermont.

To learn more visit
http://now.dartmouth.edu/2011/02/upper-valley-students-share-results-of-mercury-research-at-dartmouth/