Graham Peaslee

Graham Peaslee

Professor
Experimental Nuclear Physics

224 Nieuwland Science Hall
574-631-7554
gpeaslee@nd.edu

Website

  • Experimental nuclear physics
  • Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)
  • Environmental lead

‘They’re hiding something’: Southwest flight attendant speaks out about severe reactions to uniforms

Everything You Need to Know About Sustainable Underwear

Elkhart Fire shelves fire foam with PFAS chemicals

Video
Fast Company

Period underwear could be toxic. Should it be regulated?

Vice

US Water Is Full of Carcinogens and the EPA Is Moving Too Slowly

Tainted tap water | New report finds alarmingly high levels of PFAS chemicals in water supply

Cosmopolitan

Three Options for PFAS-Free Period Underwear (If You've Chucked Your Other Ones)

Thinx is denying claims that its menstrual underwear contains toxic chemicals in the crotch

New York Magazine

You Might Want to Throw Away Your Thinx Underwear

Cosmopolitan

Scientist allegedly finds Thinx period pants have 'toxic chemicals' in the crotch

Fast Company

Report: Thinx menstrual underwear has toxic chemicals in the crotch

My Menstrual Underwear Has Toxic Chemicals in It

Associated Press

Wisconsin fire agencies ditch hazardous firefighting foam

Madison Fire Department halts use of fluorinated foam; firefighters to use 2 PFAS-free alternatives

Notre Dame professor is ambassador for 'Dark Waters' film

Scared about ‘forever chemicals’ after watching Dark Waters? Here’s what you need to know.

Wolverine shoes still coated in PFAS, product testing shows

The Green Room: PFAS Part V-Policies And Politics

Audio

Fighting Fire with Fire

To Reduce PFAS Levels in Food, Cook at Home

37,000 gallons of fire-fighting foam with toxic chemicals headed for disposal

The Guardian

Is your takeout lunch bowl covered in toxic 'forever chemicals'?

NBC News

Cancer-Linked Forever Chemicals Found in More Consumer Products Raises Unanswered Questions

Massive Design Opportunity: "Eco-Friendly, 100% Compostable" Takeout Containers Found to Contain Harmful Cancer-Linked Chemicals

Chipotle And Sweetgreen Bowls *Might* Contain A Cancer Causing Ingredient, According To A Study

Fox News

Cancer-linked chemicals served in your lunch bowl?

Bowls used at Chipotle, Sweetgreen contain cancer-linked 'forever' chemicals, study finds

The bowls at Chipotle and Sweetgreen are supposed to be compostable. They contain cancer-linked “forever chemicals.”