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The AAAS EPI Center and the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Legislative Caucus will host a series of roundtables at the beginning of December to convene decisionmakers to discuss the current body of scientific evidence concerning PFAS contamination of drinking water, how that evidence can inform policy-making to mitigate the impacts, and priorities for protecting communities with contaminated drinking water supplies.

Evidence-Free Challenges Increase Public Misconceptions, Feed the World Of “Parallel Science”
Human rights organizations are now able to tap the scientific knowledge of a forensic anthropologist and nine other scientists, engineers and health professionals in real-time, thanks to a new service from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.