Frequently asked questions about the website
If you are a researcher, we [[How to Contribute or Join a Group|welcome your contributions]] in the form of open-access research papers, reports, data, software, presentations, etc. If you are a student or member of the public, we welcome your help in improving the website's content and organization. Please post a comment in the forums or send us an email message.
This website aims to provide comprehensive open-access information for specific projects in several important research areas of exposure science. We seek to attract contributions from many investigators in diverse areas of research.
We feel that it is vital for other researchers, students, and the public to have complete and unfettered access to research results, methods, and tools. We feel that open access to research will promote the advancement of science in general, and the study of human exposure in particular.
The field of exposure science is indeed very large and diverse. We do not expect to host projects in all areas, but in the future we hope that the website will offer a reasonably complete cross-section of topics. We can succeed with your help!
We have gathered some answers to frequently asked questions about the ExposureScience.Org website.
This website contains integrated material on projects related to the science of human exposure assessment. The scope includes pretty much everything related to understanding or estimating human exposure.
We host documents, software, and data sets related to specific projects that can be downloaded from the site. In addition, we manage a site-wide bibliography of exposure-related citations, as well as links to external resources of interest to exposure scientists.
This website was founded by Dr. Neil E. Klepeis, who is a trained Human Exposure & Environmental Health Scientist. The website is intended as an independent public service and resource for the scientific community. It is not officially affiliated with any government agency or industry group. The main authors of materials on this website are academic researchers.
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