Duke Superfund in the News

Duke University and Oakland University release report on potential health risks from consuming wild caught fish from the Lower Cape Fear River basin

June 13, 2022 DURHAM, N.C. – The Community Engagement Core of the Duke University Superfund …
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Celebrating Cape Fear River Fish Consumption Month Successes

March 2022 was Cape Fear River Fish Consumption Month and the Duke Superfund Research Center’s …
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Duke CEC community partner Veronica Carter interviewed on TV about subsistence fish consumption issue in the Cape Fear River

On Wilmington television station WWAY, community partner and NC Coastal Federation board member Veronica Carter …
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Duke CEC work on subsistence fish consumption featured on WHQR radio program Coastline

Duke Community Engagement Coordinator Chiara Klein, CEC collaborator Dr. Mozhgon Rajaee (Oakland University), and community …
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Duke CEC completes ‘Gardening Safely’ video series

The Community Engagement Core is proud to share the ‘Gardening Safely’ video series! These videos …
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Ed Levin discusses the role of exposure adaptation in health risks for exposed and future generations

Project 1 PI Dr. Ed Levin was invited by the journal Environmental Health Perspectives to …
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