Duke Superfund Blog

What’s going on at the Duke Superfund Research Center?

We tell research stories and share thoughts on environmental health in the blog posts below. 

Click here to see the full series of posts by Edward D. Levin, PhD, Director of the Superfund Research Center’s Training Core and leader of the Neural and Behavioral Assessment Core!



Former Trainee Works to Develop Improved Remediation Technologies

“Clean Veggie Challenge” at EPA Science Day

Trainee Nishad Jayasundara Delivers Wetterhahn Award Lecture at NIEHS

A Full Week of Superfund, Environmental Health, and Citizen Science Meetings for the Duke SRC

The Complex Nature of “No Effect”

Trainee Shares Research at Elizabeth River Fest

EPA Invites RTC Staff to Lead Science Outreach Activity

Duke SRC Represented at 7th SETAC World Congress

Duke SRC Supports Sediment Remediation Project in the Elizabeth River

What Do Coal Ash, CAFOs, and CAPs Have in Common?

Smoking Addiction and Climate Change: Denial, Resignation, and Responsibility

RTC participates in NC Environmental Justice Summit

Superfund Trainee Casey Lindberg Awarded Research Fellowship

The Complex Reality of Scientific Progress: Why the Public Benefits from an Integrated Approach to Science Reporting

Public Webinar on Flame Retardants in Furniture Foam

Investigating Arsenic-Induced Mitochondrial Toxicity in C. elegans

RTC Leads Duke Seminar on Science Communication and Community Engagement

Fighting the “Fires” of Toxic Exposure: Preventing, Limiting, and Treating Toxicant-Induced Damage

The Omnipresence of Flame Retardants

Small Particles Can Pose a Large Problem

Angling for Understanding on the Elizabeth River

Where I Belong

Essen and Monessen: Production, Destruction, and the Process of Renewal

Dr. Claudia Gunsch Awarded Huber Prize by ASCE

Duke SRC Makes an Impact at 55th Annual SOT Meeting, March 2016

Even Zebrafish Can’t Beat the Summer Heat

A day in the life of a Superfund trainee (in pictures): Fieldwork on the Elizabeth River

Rich Di Giulio awarded distinguished professorship!

KC Donnelly Fellow, Lauren Redfern, has been hard at work in California!