Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry

Chemical stress on Canada's water focus of Katz lecture June 29

Non-ecologists, here is your word for the day: biome. It means a very large ecosytem, and the boreal biome comprises about 60 per cent of Canada‘s land area. It includes more than two million lakes and accounts for about 85 per cent of Canada's freshwater and some 25 per cent of global wetlands. Despite the magnitude of this resource, an increasing number of […]

NSERC awards York research centres $3.3 million

Programs in vision research and atmospheric chemistry and physics will provide enhanced research and training for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows If you’re working in 3D film or aerospace engineering, what impact do the latest developments in brain and vision research have on your industry’s practices? What if you’re drafting government policy on air quality […]

Schiff lecturer will take a different look at atmospheric analysis on November 18

Barbara J. Finlayson-Pitts, professor at the University of California, Irvine, will give the 20th Annual Harold I. Schiff Lecture in York’s Senate Chamber on Nov. 18. Organized by the York University Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry and the Faculty of Science & Engineering, Finlayson-Pitts’ talk, “Reactions at Interfaces in the Atmosphere:  Challenges and Opportunities”, starts at […]

November is Research Month: York celebrates with a series of events

Research Month celebrates the achievements and diversity of York University’s research community. Throughout November, the Vari Hall Rotunda will play host to displays and demonstrations featuring our faculty and graduate researchers. Drop by between 10 am and 2 pm each Wednesday to learn what York's researchers are doing. The Research Month index on York's Research […]