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The Center for Aerosol Science & Engineering (CASE) at Washington University in St. Louis is focused on the advancement of science and technology of aerosol systems.  CASE works to characterize fundamental aerosol formation and transformation processes to determine impacts on the Environment, Climate, and Human Health; and to utilize these processes to develop new materials to enable Energy, Environmental & Medical technologies.  The center is composed of a collaborative group of faculty, students, and affiliates within the department of EECE and across the university, as well as partners in universities and corporations dispersed across the globe.  CASE activities include extensive collaborative research with shared instrumentation facilities, education through coordinated coursework and workshops, seminars and discussion groups, and social networking events.

 

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Recreating Wildfires
Engineers study controlled wildfires in a lab to better understand the real thing
By Erika Ebsworth-Goold November 1, 2016
https://source.wustl.edu/2016/11/recreating-wildfires/