Dr. Miller discusses how constructive criticism, commentary, feedback, and discussion of results and interpretations through peer review are essential aspects of science.
Drs. Wikoff and Miller discuss the merits of the systematic review, which they say helps remove natural biases and presents “a comprehensive and even-keeled analysis of the published literature.”
Despite an article in The Atlantic claiming that the scientific paper is obsolete, Dr. Miller believes a properly written and edited scientific paper can capture the essence of the science. At the same time, the way papers are written and presented should continue to evolve.
Devising green chemistry solutions requires input from chemists, toxicologists, energy systems experts, engineers, architects, public health researchers, and more, which is why the Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry has implemented a multidisciplinary research and education approach.
Studying how metals from an abandoned uranium mine might travel as particulates in the air and affect the health of those living nearby in the Navajo Nation, Dr. Campen learned that toxicology is about much more than what you can discover in an office.