In the Press

Research from the Bertram group featured in the press:

  • Tiny airborne pollutants lead a double life (July 30, 2012): Researchers have provided visual evidence that atmospheric particles separate into distinct chemical compositions during their life cycle. Observations could have important implications for modeling global climate change and predicting air quality conditions. (From Science Daily)
Image courtesy of Lindsay Renbaum-Wolff

Image courtesy of Lindsay Renbaum-Wolff

This paper has been highlighted in several other online magazines (Environmental Protection OnlineEScience NewsEurekalertHarvard GazettePhys.orgR&D MagazineScience CodexSciTec Daily, and ACCN). The original paper was published in the Proceedings of the US National Academy of Science.

 

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