1. The Public Trust Project provides media communications services for scientists conducting industry-independent research, including:

  • Brokering relationships between scientists and media outlets
  • Increasing the number of journalists who turn to independent scientists for comment on stories relating to public health, occupational safety, and the environment
  • Facilitate public speaking training for independent scientists prior to speaking engagements on television and radio

2. The Public Trust Project aggregates content relating to independent science and news coverage, including:

  • Maintaining databases of industry-independent researchers
  • Aggregating sources of industry-independent research by category and issue area

3. The Public Trust Project investigates corporate claims, including:

  • Conducting investigations into the science behind products that claim to be clinically safe and effective
  • Having corporate-funded clinical trial data analyzed by independent experts

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