Scientists climb UChicago buildings to study air quality and pollution

April 22, 2019

Researchers from UChicago and Harvard University are using Rockefeller Memorial Chapel and Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery to collect data that will be used to create a map of the air around Chicago’s urban center and what it contains. That will allow scientists to study the region’s air quality and to deepen their understanding of the interplay between pollution, weather and atmospheric transport.

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