Finlayson-Pitts lab profiled in air quality article

AirUCI co-Director Barbara Finlayson-Pitts is profiled in an article describing how her research group is working to understand how air pollution evolves in the atmosphere.  One project studies how sulfur-containing pollutants — generated by both man-made and biological processes — contribute to the formation of smog, then go on to generate secondary compounds in our air.  Read the article 

Tuesday, November 2, 2021