Welcoming Arielle and her computational techniques as we untangle the complexities of organic atmospheric chemistry in the condensed phase.
Dear POTUS, thank you for a thoughtful, funny and well-researched speech. It was inspiring and I’ll always remember it!
Interview advice from Khoi Nguyen, monetary value estimates of not making responsible energy choices from Mike Moeller and dissection of complicated emails and figures by Amy Christiansen. Lucky Dr. Carlton has the best research group.
(L): Annmarie Carlton, assistant professor at Rutgers University and (R): Jennifer Murphy, associate professor at University of Toronto celebrate the conclusion on their successful tutorials at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Aerosol Research. 30% of the tutorials this year were taught by women scientists and engineers.
The accidental Oscar Wilde photobomb provides interesting context for discussion about bias in science, literature and in society generally, and how bias changes as a function of time.