AEROSOL CHEMISTRY, AIR QUALITY, AND HEALTH EFFECTS
The Ng research group in the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech performs work in aerosol chemistry, which includes the formation and evolution of atmospheric aerosols, the chemistry and life cycles (sources, processes, and fates) of ambient aerosols, the development and characterization of advanced aerosol instrumentation, and the health effects of aerosols.
ChBE press release "Sally Ng Wins 2016 Whitby Award for Aerosol Research"
College of Science press release "Rodney Weber and Sally Ng Win 2016 Aerosol Research Awards"
ChBE Front Page "Ng Wins NSF CAREER Award"
Georgia Tech press release "Man-made pollutants significantly influence how tree emissions form aerosol particles"
Georgia Tech press release "New technology tracks tiniest pollutans in real time"
College of Engineernig press release "Sally Ng (ChBE and EAS) wins 2013 Walter A. Rosenblith New Investigator Award"
Southern Oxidant and Aerosols Study (SOAS), Georgia Tech Front Page "Six Weeks in the Forest"
College of Engineernig press release "ChBE's Nga Lee "Sally" Ng Recevies EPA STAR Early Career Award"
ChBE Front Page "New Lab for Aerosol Studies"
Debut Issue of "Georgia Tech Engineers" magazine and Georgia Tech Front Page "In the Air We Breathe"
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