EPA awards $750K grant to Carnegie Mellon Univ. to advance air monitoring technology

EPA awards 0K grant to Carnegie Mellon Univ. to advance air monitoring technology
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PHILADELPHIA – (August 12, 2016) -- Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced a $749,945 grant to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh to develop an air monitoring research project to help improve air quality and human health in Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
EPA awards 0K grant to Carnegie Mellon Univ. to advance air monitoring technology
Source: EPA New Air News

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