NSF-CAICE awarded $20 Million for Next 5 Years of Research!

Exciting news!

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has renewed a groundbreaking University of California San Diego atmospheric chemistry research program with a $20 million grant that will support operations for a second five-year period.

The grant will enable the NSF Center for Aerosol Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment (CAICE) to launch new studies into how pollution interacts with natural ocean-produced aerosols such as sea salt and microbes to influence the chemistry of the atmosphere, particularly in an era of rapid climate change such as the planet is currently experiencing.

CAICE, the largest federally funded center in the history of UC San Diego, developed a novel laboratory facility in its first five years of existence.

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