The Center for Truth in Science is seeking qualified researchers to conduct a systemic analysis of the influential research studies on four key issues at the intersection of science, justice, and the economy. 

The projects seek to determine the validity of the major scientific research on ethylene oxide, glyphosate, per-and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS), and talc. The selected studies for analysis represent those most often cited in determining public policy on the regulation of a chemical substance, and in how chemicals and compounds should be considered in courtrooms.

“I am thrilled to invite the brightest minds in research and risk analysis to submit proposals for our initial grant opportunities,” said Joseph Annotti, president and CEO of the Center for Truth in Science. “We are seeking to break new ground—to critically analyze the existing research surrounding several significant scientific issues to help provide clarity on whether the science is settled, or, more research must be done before making major regulatory or judicial decisions.”

Awardees will be selected in mid-February of 2021. Interested parties can click here for more information and to apply.

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