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“I do like particle sensors, but…”

Blog post by Joonas Vanhanen, CTO, Airmodus First published on March 8th, 2022   The more and more increasing need for better spatial understanding of aerosol particle populations have boosted the development of particle sensors. Typical lab grade aerosol instruments are just too expensive to be distributed in a way sensors can be distributed. This […]

Ultrafine particles in our homes – Airmodus Newsletter

IndoorAerosolEmissions * Exposure * Ultrafine * NucleationModeParticles * Webinars * YourResearch   Ultrafine particles in our homes   Many of us spend a lot of time at home at the moment. Does this mean we are not exposed to ultrafine particles? Not really, the HOMEChem research shows.   HOMEChem campaign investigated how everyday activities impact […]

How many nanoparticles does your car emit?

Blog post by Joonas Vanhanen, CTO, Airmodus First published January 18th 2018 on LinkedIn by J. Vanhanen Topi Rönkkö, Tampere University of Technology, together with his colleagues showed that traffic is a source for small nanoparticles (link to this study further down). They call them nano cluster aerosol (NCA). The size of these particles is […]

Health effects of fine particles brought to our living rooms

Blog post by Katrianne Lehtipalo, Research Scientist at PSI.   A recent article in Science [1] featured growing evidence that air pollution, especially fine particles, could be linked, not only to lung and heart disease, but also to Alzheimer’s and dementia. This kind of findings ought to interest people also outside the readership of scientific journals. […]

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