Dentistry and Mercury at the Minamata Convention

Panelists Prof. Noelle Eckley Selin, (Atmospheric Chemistry, MIT) and Pardee Faculty Fellow Henrik [...]Selin (International Relations, BU) discuss the environmental and health consequences of using mercury in dental practice as well as the role dental mercury played in The Minamata Convention on Mercury. Watch the complete Pardee House Seminar titled The New Global Agreement on Mercury: Will It Make a Difference? here: http://www.bu.edu/pardee/mercury/

Tags: future, henrik selin, dentistry, sustainable, dentist, pardee, mercury, global agreement, noelle eckley, minamata, kristin sippl

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