HERCULES Director Carmen Marsit was featured on Georgia Public Broadcasting discussing ground water contamination from Georgia Power’s coal ash pits in Juliette, GA. HERCULES is assisting with survey design and analyzing citizens’ water quality data. “How One Town’s Life With Coal Ash Inspired A Georgia Bill“ Photo credit: Grant Blankenship / GPB
The Exposome: Capturing the totality of environmental exposures across the lifetime to better understand the environment’s contribution to health and disease.
Rollins Magazine included a feature article on the productive collaborations between Emory and Georgia Tech (“Driving innovation: The partnership between Rollins and Georgia Tech fuels rich discovery“). This article is packed with work by HERCULES investigators (air pollution, Center for Global Safe WASH, Georgia Climate Project) and highlights two HERCULES pilot projects. Story by Martha […]
First webinar: Tuesday, March 31st at 3:00 p.m. (EST) via Zoom: https://emory.zoom.us/j/921922158 Emory Climate Talks is pleased to announce a webinar series starting this month. In times of uncertainty, creating community around shared issues is vital to our academic work. We are committed to bringing together experts in various fields to share their experience working and […]
The HERCULES Community Engagement Core, with guidance from the Stakeholder Advisory Board and HERCULES scientists, created the following infographic series about everyday chemicals found in our exposomes. This infographic focuses on do-it-yourself alternatives to common household cleaning products. Click on the images below to for a printable version of the infographic. Click here for the […]