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Commencement 2017: URI graduate excels in research of pollutants in lakes, oceans Carrie McDonough earns Ph.D from Graduate School of Oceanography Shampoo makes our hair smell good, but at a price. Sweet-smelling tresses bring polluted waterways. That’s the conclusion of Carrie McDonough, who will receive her doctorate in oceanography from the University of Rhode Island’s […]Continue reading "GSO’s McDonough profiled in URI’s Commencement 2017"
“Organophosphate esters” is a mouthful to most, but for Carrie McDonough the cryptic words spell possible doom for ocean waters. McDonough, a doctoral student at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography, studies these flame retardants to find out whether they are polluting the ocean. Her conclusion: Yes. McDonough recently won the C. […]Continue reading "Carrie McDonough wins international environmental chemistry award"
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