CRASR NewsBaylor Environmental Research Program Partners with SciGirls National Effort
Baylor University's Center for Reservoir and Aquatic Systems Research has been selected to partner with SciGirls Connect, a national effort with the goal of getting young girls engaged in the scientific field. Please see full story by Tonya B Lewis.
Baylor prof working to prevent harmful chemicals from ever being created
Plenty of people care about the environment and the quality of life for humans and animals, but not many have the opportunity to directly impact on the future of our planet. Baylor University’s Dr. Bryan Brooks, professor of environmental science and biomedical studies, is one of the lucky few. Please see full story by Baylor Proud.
Carollo's "Gone Fishin"
Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District/Carollo in Park City, Utah & Baylor University's Dr. Bryan Brooks collaborate on water quality issues. Please see full story by Adam Mathews.
Baylor Scientists Aim to Design Safer Chemicals for Humans and Environment with Multimillion Dollar Grant
Bryan W. Brooks, Ph.D., professor of environmental science and biomedical studies in Baylor University's College of Arts & Sciences and director of the environmental science graduate program and the environmental health science program, will lead the research core on a four-year, $4.4 million project aimed at designing chemicals and materials that are less toxic to humans and the environment. Please see full story by Tonya Lewis with Baylor Media.
Lemon Shark to Aquatic Toxicology
Dr. Jason Berninger, Baylor Ph.D. graduate now a National Research Council Associate (NRC) with the US EPA in Duluth, MN is featured on page 8-9 of the Winter 2013-14 edition of the NRC Research Associateship Program Newsletter entitled, "Lemon Shark to Aquatic Toxicology". Please see attached article for full details.