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The road goes ever on and on...

So, last Friday I got some pretty world-shifting news. In one relatively short phone call, I was suddenly going to be a PhD student.

This was never something I really aspired to. 443 more words


Our World at the Nanoscale

By Alexis Wormington

What are nanoparticles?

Nanoparticles are particles with at least one dimension sized on the nanoscale, which is usually defined as 1-100 nanometers1 (Figure 1). 1,195 more words

Research & Outreach Blog

Chemical Transport Models Textbook by Daniel J. Jacob

How do you model the things that go on with chemical elements and compounds in the atmosphere? Where does calculus come in when thinking about mass conservation and movement of chemical species in the atmosphere? 325 more words


Catholic University of America

The Catholic University of America (visited 9/13/16)

“I assumed it was going to be really, really Catholic here, but after I enrolled I learned that it’s as Catholic as you want it to be. 1,074 more words

College Visits

Into the blue. Environmental Chemistry Outreach Exhibit

Dear imaginary readers,

it’s with excitement that I can say I will be part of this amazing event curated by the Environmental Chemistry Group of the Royal society of Chemistry. 119 more words