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Wednesday December 06, 2017 (2 months, 2 weeks ago)


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Saint Patricks Day Parade

An interdisciplinary team of researchers converged on Barnstable Dec. 4 to kick off a long-term study on the health of Cape Cod’s drinking water.Members of the STEEP Superfund Research Research Center offered remarks and answered questions before a standing-room-only crowd at Barnstable Town Hall. STEEP stands for “Sources, Transport, Exposure, and Effects of PFASs.” PFAS, in turn, is a scientific acronym for what’s also called perfluorinated chemicals, a class of chemicals added to [...]

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