Quality of the air we breathe directly affects our quality of life.
Deaths related to air pollution exposure in the U.S. decreased by about half from 1990 to 2010.

Despite this promising trend, air quality remains a critical public health concern directly affected by a changing climate, increased urbanization across the globe, and policy decisions that lift regulations currently in place to keep our air clean.

Our researchers employ novel engineering approaches and methodologies to measure and monitor air contamination, to inform policy, and to uncover health impacts imperative to understanding the role pollution exposure plays in disease development and progression.