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+ - Chemistry Students and Postdocs Take Safety Into Their Own Hands-> 1

Submitted by Jim_Austin
Jim_Austin (1073454) writes "It's a scandal: Academic science labs are generally far less safe than labs in industry; one estimate says that people working in academic labs are 11x more likely to die than their industrial counterparts. A group of grad students and postdocs in Minnesota decided to address the issue had-on. With encouragement and funding from DOW, and some leadership from their department chairs, they're in the process of totally remaking their departments' safety cultures."
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Chemistry Students and Postdocs Take Safety Into Their Own Hands

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