Aerosols & Climate

NANOMO researchers use a variety of methods to increase knowledge about aerosol particles - tiny particles suspended in gas, such as air. The particles are invisible to the naked eye, but present everywhere you go. In our atmosphere, they vary from small molecular clusters to large dust particles, and have diverse impacts to both global climate and human health

In NANOMO, we apply experimental, theoretical, computational and Machine learning methods to study atmospheric particles from different perspectives:

- the physico-chemical properties of the smallest clusters
- emissions and consequences to air quality
- the effects on climate

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