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CLOSING REMARKS AT THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY FARADAY DISCUSSIONS, UNITED KINGDOM

20 November 2020

Professor Chan was invited to be the Closing Remarks Speaker at the Royal Society of Chemistry Faraday Discussions on “Air Quality in Megacities”. The discussions will be held online during 17 – 20 November 2020.

Faraday Discussions are unique international scientific conferences that focus on rapidly developing areas of chemistry and their interfaces with other scientific disciplines.


For more details, please visit 
https://www.rsc.org/events/detail/38216/air-quality-in-megacities-faraday-discussion.

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CONTRIBUTION OF COOKING EMISSIONS TO AMBIENT PARTICULATE MATTER (PM)

23 June 2020

Professor Chan presented the above talk at the SEE Tech Talk Series on Air Pollution and Society

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SEE TECH TALK SERIES ON AIR POLLUTION AND SOCIETY

23 May 2020

In this SEE Tech Talk, four SEE faculty members presented their latest technologies and methodologies on air pollution measurements, characterizations, modelling, as well as the effects of cooking and COVID-19 on air pollution.

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CLEANING CITY SKIES

21 February 2020

Tighter Control of Emissions from Restaurants Is Needed

Our future is urban, yet air quality in cities is increasingly toxic, causing millions of premature deaths each year. In the wake of last year’s Clean Air Cities Declaration, this Voices asks, how and where should we focus efforts to improve air quality in cities?