ChBE's Nga Lee "Sally" Ng Receives EPA STAR Early Career Award

June 27, 2013

 

Ng won the award for her research involving anthropogenic influences on organic aerosol formation as related to regional climate. Specifically, Ng’s successful award proposal was titled, “The role of nitrate radicals (NO3) in aerosol life cycle: Secondary organic aerosol formation and aging of atmospheric organic aerosols.”

Under this announcement, the EPA anticipated awarding $2.9 million to five regular and three Early Career Award winners.

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