Posts Tagged ‘air quality’
Lydia Contreras, assistant professor and the Chevron Centennial Teaching Fellow in Chemical Engineering, has been awarded a Norman Hackerman Award for her work to develop biosensors to monitor effects of environmental pollutants.
The annual award recognizes early-career researchers who have expanded the field and comes with a $100,000 prize. The highly competitive honor is named … Read the rest »
Assistant Professor Lea Hildebrandt Ruiz and her research team have joined forces with NASA and 30 other research groups to run an intense flight and ground-based air quality measurement campaign in Houston, Texas this September.
The campaign is part of a five-year, $30 million mission to improve the ability of satellites to monitor air quality … Read the rest »