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"… it chose not to, an EPA spokesperson said in an email, noting that an EPA scientist “had informal conversations with FCC technical staff” in 2015. NIOSH d …"

"… e guidelines for exposure, said Robert Cleveland, a former senior physical scientist in the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology who worked on those gu …"

"… s not mandated to research radio-frequency standards. Former FCC physical scientist Cleveland said the group is “not nearly as active as it used to be.” …"

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"… versight — may be doing the opposite. …"

"… as easily spread as live anthrax. Unaware that the sample might be live, a scientist there had already begun working with it, first using a nitrogen air stream …"

"… moved around its campus, sent to a low-security lab, handled by unknowing scientists, and maybe even aerosolized, a week had passed. At first, just two CDC em …"

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"… roups, from the obscure Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine (run by a scientist whom the Mercers have also supported as a candidate for Congress) to the S …"

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"… omment. “We’re much worse off because of modified HF,” said retired scientist and alliance member Sally Hayati. She and others in her group support swit …"

"… ion of union officials and environmentalists.  Wilson, a former chief scientist with the California Department of Industrial Relations’ Division of Occu …"

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"… just seems like you can just make up your own facts now,” one former EPA scientist told the Center. Keep reading No relief from coal ash In Bokoshe …"

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"… estion whether humans contribute substantially to climate change. “Most scientists do not believe human greenhouse gas emissions are a proven threat to the …"

"… tion grantee, the Oregon Institute of Science and Medicine, is headed by a scientist who spearheaded a petition opposed “to the hypothesis of ‘human-caused …"

"… s of ‘human-caused global warming,’” according to its website. That scientist, Art Robinson, is currently making his fourth bid as the Republican candid …"

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"… for Public Integrity found that half of all review articles written by top scientists at the consulting firm Gradient since 1992 were published either in Criti …"

"… le die unnecessarily.” Editorial boards at both journals are laden with scientists and lawyers employed by industry, making them easy targets for public-hea …"

"… ies the independent scientific literature,” said Jennifer Sass, a senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council, an environmental group. “They …"

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"… Tracking those who had died was a daunting task. It took three years, but scientists at OSHA and their brethren at the National Institute for Occupational Saf …"

"… first challenge was to compile a list of workers exposed. Rather than let scientists at Tabershaw-Cooper ultimately decide which workers should be put on the …"

"… g which workers were exposed and which weren’t. In fact, by March 1981, scientists at Union Carbide had determined that at least four of the worke …"

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"… theory. Now Evan Nelson of the law firm Tucker Ellis & West needed a scientist willing to publish it in a medical journal. If his theory were given scien …"

"… e into a world where corporate interests can dictate their own science and scientists for hire willingly oblige. It’s a phenomenon that’s grown in recent d …"

"… angers are not in doubt, such as asbestos, lead and arsenic. Gradient’s scientists rarely acknowledge that a chemical poses a serious public health risk. Th …"

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By Jim Morris

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"… nted a nationwide study to get the results it wanted. As a former EPA scientist told us, “It just seems like you can just make up your own facts now.” …"

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"… aid the presentation was well received by the industry representatives. A scientist by training, Bella has an undergraduate degree in physics and a master's i …"

"… hotochemical model, which is not being funded by the TCEQ. Elena Craft, a scientist who spoke on the panel with Bella, said "there was no sense that there was …"

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"… emic of kidney disease. The delay represents a setback to efforts by some scientists and health officials, primarily in Sri Lanka and El Salvador, to remove t …"

"… ate as a cause of the epidemic, based largely on a theory presented by the scientist Channa Jayasumana. Under Dr. Jayasumana’s hypothesis, glyphosate bonds …"

"… ” Yet glyphosate does form strong bonds with heavy metals, according to scientists and academic studies consulted by ICIJ. Glyphosate is a highly versatile …"

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"… on how methane and fracking chemicals can contaminate drinking water. But scientists say air pollution is an equally serious problem that receives less attent …"

"… , then there is a body of evidence,” said Isobel Simpson, an atmospheric scientist at the University of California, Irvine, who studies air pollution around …"

"… times when concentrations are high,” said Rob Jackson, a Duke University scientist who studies pollution from shale extraction. The monitor closest to the B …"

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"… boy for your fat cat lobbyist friends ... " " ... has ceased to be a scientist and really is no better than a shill or lobbyist for a special interest." …"

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"… chain reaction, explode, and release deadly radiation. But engineers and scientists working on the project have alleged that project supervisors have relentl …"

"… .” Critically, in March 2010, Don Alexander, a senior Energy Department scientist at the plant, met with Bechtel, URS and Pacific Northwest National Laborat …"

"… t one point, Perry A. Meyer, a Pacific Northwest National Laboratory staff scientist at the time who now works for the safety board, wrote a June 16 e-mail for …"

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"… ls. “The tenor of the hearings in the last two years has been to attack scientists — particularly environmental scientists like Linda Birnbaum — on beha …"

"… ast two years has been to attack scientists — particularly environmental scientists like Linda Birnbaum — on behalf of the industries that are affected,” …"

"… ouse in 2011 have been “show trials” designed to intimidate government scientists and promote pro-business positions. On April 25, 2012, for example, the …"

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"… icted the true-life plight of a California town with poisoned water, state scientist John Morgan was calling claims of a cancer cluster there pure fiction. Fo …"

"… roversy has resurrected interest in Morgan’s work. Some writers and scientists cite it as proof that Brockovich was wrong. But a review by the Center f …"

"… ’s work and found it “not very useful.” Steven Patierno, an outside scientist who served on the EPA’s peer-review panel, criticized the EPA …"

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"… enter for Public Integrity-PBS NewsHour examination revealing ties between scientists and industry on a panel reviewing hexavalent chromium, a compound commonl …"

"… been expert witnesses for industry in hexavalent chromium litigation. The scientists denied any conflict and said their input was based on research, but the c …"

"… the agency,” Perciasepe said in a statement. Richard Denison, a senior scientist at the Environmental Defense Fund, has been outspoken about industry influ …"

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"… s in the debate are companies with a stake in the outcome. They’ve hired scientists to convince regulators that the chemical compound is safe. The lawsuit th …"

"… rs. The findings prompted the Environmental Protection Agency to act. EPA scientists evaluated hundreds of studies and concluded that chromium (VI) likely cau …"

"… in people who drink it. The agency in 2011 was on the verge of making its scientists’ findings official — a first step toward forming more stringent clean …"

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"… expected to repay the $100,000 when his work was done. …"

"… it research organization. And now, more than a decade after the film, EPA scientists cite “clear evidence” that the chemical compound, also known as chrom …"

"… an Chemistry Council. The EPA decided to wait at the urging of a panel of scientists chosen to give an unbiased review of the chromium findings. But the EPA d …"

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"… reveal the flip side of industry’s sway. Not only does the ACC back many scientists named to IRIS panels, it also has the power to help remove ones it doesn …"

"… e power to help remove ones it doesn’t favor. The ruckus over the Maine scientist surfaced six years ago, but its lesson echoes today. To Rice, her removal …"

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"… s Harry Elston, editor of the Journal of Chemical Health and Safety. ‘A scientist’s scientist’ Sheri Sangji was raised in Karachi, Pakistan, and gradua …"

"… , editor of the Journal of Chemical Health and Safety. ‘A scientist’s scientist’ Sheri Sangji was raised in Karachi, Pakistan, and graduated from Pomon …"

"… to communicate with, unlike many of the candidates. Most of the equivalent scientists didn’t have the fearlessness or fortitude to go to a department that ha …"

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"… ori Robertson …"

"… torum isn’t the only climate change skeptic, but skeptics are rare among scientists who actually study the climate. A paper published in 2010 by the Nat …"

"… be misled into thinking carbon dioxide isn’t a problem, or that climate scientists don’t overwhelmingly agree that global warming is real and human activi …"

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"… could be enriched again later and used in nuclear weapons.On Wednesday, a scientist involved in Iran’s centrifuge program was killed by a bomb that had been …"

"… the exact motive is unknown, he was at least the fourth such Iranian scientist to be killed in the past two years, a mark of the controversy surroun …"

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"… rance of the oceans’ most valuable species, including top predators that scientists say are vital to the balance of the marine ecosystem. Nine out of 10 larg …"

"… ’s almost laughable that vessels change their names,” said Keith Reid, scientist with the Commission for the Conservation of the Antarctic Marine Living Re …"

"… nable levels. There are no longer plenty of fish left in the sea, and scientists warn that killing off too many top predators such as cod or toothfish ups …"

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"… der involving inflammation of the brain have been reported, but a panel of scientists found there was insufficient evidence to establish that the vaccine cause …"

"… said, before relaying the anecdote yet again."I am not a doctor, I'm not a scientist, I'm not a physician," Bachmann said. "All I was doing is reporting what t …"

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"… school buildings in San Diego County.Mary Lou Zoback – a former research scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey and a vice president at Risk Management So …"

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"… merican fishermen leaders in conservation efforts. A recently-retired NOAA scientist projected this month that 2011 will be the first year U.S. fishermen will …"

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"… ody set up to protect the bluefin stocks, which frequently ignored its own scientists’ recommendations for smaller fishing quotas and tighter controls.“The …"

"… ng juveniles, further curtailing the chances of the stock to recover. Some scientists believe that continued lack of controls and generous quotas could result …"

"… d on more than 200 interviews with fishermen, ranchers, divers, officials, scientists, and traders, as well as court documents, regulatory reports, and corpora …"

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"… d on more than 200 interviews with fishermen, ranchers, divers, officials, scientists, and traders, as well as court documents, regulatory reports, and corpora …"

"… d Statistics, October 4 to 8, 2010. In describing the catch figures, ICCAT scientist Jean-Marc Fromentin, one of the report’s authors, said the committee est …"

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