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RADICAL PhD researcher Vaishali Vardhan wins an award for her presentation at Environ 2021.
Atmospheric chemist and RADICAL team member, Professor John Wenger, describes the role that radicals play in air quality.
Atmospheric chemist and RADICAL team member, Dr Stig Hellebust, discusses some common misconceptions and describes the ideal air quality map.
The aim of RADICAL is to create an electronic nose to detect and measure short-lived radicals in the atmosphere.
The idea for a novel low-cost sensor to detect atmospheric radicals has had quite a journey. Here’s how it started.


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