This is the first in a series of three seminars on Metals sponsored by the EPA Technology Innovation Office and the NIEHS Superfund Basic Research Program. This event will highlight recent advances in assessing and limiting the bioavailability of metal contaminants. Dr. Joseph Graziano, of Columbia University, will discuss his team's current research into phosphate treatment of lead (Pb)-contaminated soils. Adding phosphate amendments to soil has been shown to dramatically reduce the absorption of Pb in humans. For example, Pb absorption from a
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