A new online educational resource invites high school students to examine ways that humans are exposed to arsenic and how exposure might influence susceptibility to COVID-19 infection. The tool was developed by the SRP Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC).
"We designed this 'Digital Interactive Notebook' to be used for either virtual or in-person learning environments. A bonus is that we can update the slides as the research evolves," said co-author Dana Haine, a science educator with the UNC SRP Center’s Community Engagement Core.
Read more in the NIEHS Environmental Factor Newsletter.