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Clean Smell Doesn't Always Mean Clean Air - Drexel Engineer Studies Indoor Aerosol Spikes Caused By Cleaning Products, Air Fresheners

October 29, 2014

Some of the same chemical reactions that occur in the atmosphere as a result of smog and ozone are actually taking place in your house while you are cleaning. A researcher in Drexel’s College of Engineering is taking a closer look at these reactions, which involve an organic compound -called limonene- that provides the pleasant smell of cleaning products and air fresheners. His research will help to determine what byproducts these sweet-smelling compounds are adding to the air while we are using them to remove germs and odors... Read More »


College of Engineering Master's and Doctoral Programs Information Session

October 29, 2014

Please join us at an open house on Wednesday, November 5 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM on the Bossone Research Enterprise Center 3rd Floor to learn more about the Master of Science and Doctoral programs offered by Drexel University’s College of Engineering. Our College prepares engaged engineers who are dedicated to discovery and to the application of technology to promote economic development and improve the quality of life.... Read More »


How Do You Get to Antarctica...Study...Study...Study

October 15, 2014

The Earth’s polar regions are holy lands for environmental researchers. Relatively pristine and preserved by their remoteness and shielded from many of humanity’s atmospheric impacts, the Arctic and Antarctic are environmental samples as close to “unadulterated” as any on the planet. Peter DeCarlo, PhD, an environmental engineer and atmospheric chemist at Drexel, will make his first pilgrimage to the research mecca of his field this fall.... Read More »


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The Earth’s polar regions are holy lands for environmental researchers. Relatively pristine and preserved by their remoteness and shielded from many of humanity’s atmospheric impacts, the Arctic and Antarctic are environmental samples as close to “unadulterated” as any on the planet. Peter DeCarlo, PhD, an environmental engineer and atmospheric chemist at Drexel, will make his first pilgrimage to the research mecca of his field this fall.

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