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RADICAL featured in University College Cork (UCC's) Green Campus podcast featuring an insightful conversation with our coordinator Justin Holmes, Professor of Nanochemistry at the School of Chemistry in UCC. 
RADICAL's overview of latest progress towards an innovative electronic sensor for atmospheric radicals and other gases at 17th Silicon Saxony Day, presented by Hristo Stefanov from Smartcom.
In this guest post, we sit down with atmospheric chemist, air sensor expert and RADICAL project advisor Professor Matthew Johnson.
There is a wide range of air sensor technologies that can detect atmospheric gases and particles, but in this article we’ll focus on how low-cost sensors typically work.
On 15 October, RADICAL researchers hosted a free online talk and Q&A about Cork’s air quality, as part […]
RADICAL joins a portfolio of other research projects dedicated to improving environmental monitoring and intelligence.



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