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CACHE team explores project leads in Nepal

A photo of Sano Gaun

An aerial view of Sano Gaun, Nepal. Photo courtesy of CRT-N.

In cities, villages, and towns throughout the world, university researchers seek to bring innovations to the lives of those in developing countries. They reach out a humanitarian hand, hoping …

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Research Spotlight: Understanding Heating Emissions

Each year, indoor air pollution claims the lives of 4 million people worldwide — more than malaria and HIV combined. It’s no wonder, considering that 3 billion people (nearly half the world’s population) rely on smoky, sooty fires to provide …

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Why does atmospheric chemistry matter?

Tami Bond - professor of civil and environmental engineering

photo by Brian Stauffer/Illinois News Bureau

On Aug. 26, the National Academy of Sciences released a report on the future of atmospheric chemistry research in the United States. Illinois civil and environmental engineering professor Tami Bond was among the scientists …

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