Don’t throw that cloth mask away yet—it still works - CU Boulder Today
CU Boulder researchers receive $1.1M EPA grant to study wildfire smoke - The Daily Camera
Amid wildfires and a pandemic, here’s how to keep your indoor air clean - CU Boulder Today
Simple safety measures reduce musical COVID-19 transmission - CU Boulder Today
The Best Methods To Filter Indoor Air, According To A Pollution Expert At CU Boulder - Channel 4 CBS Denver
Four Ways to Protect Yourself From Harmful Air Pollution Caused by Wildfires - Smithsonian Magazine
Vance to study changes in particles as they move between indoor, outdoor environments - News article about Nina's new NSF CAREER Award
Scientists Studying Solar Try Solving a Dusty Problem - PhD student Sarah Toth's research was featured on NREL's website
Coronavirus Lockdowns May Raise Exposure to Indoor Air Pollution - Scientific American
How to Clear the Air, Literally, in Your Home - GQ Magazine
Environmental scientists express concern about indoor air pollution - The Washington Times
Several papers from this special issue have made to the ESPI Best Papers of 2019 collection
Dr. Vance was named a McLagan Family Faculty Fellow in the College of Engineering at CU Boulder.
Studies show how homes can pollute indoor air - Science News for Students
The Hidden Air Pollution in our Homes - The New Yorker Magazine
Bringing Attention to Indoor Air Pollution - Forbes Magazine
Household Chemicals Pose Health Hazards - AAAS News
Cooking, Frying, Washing, and Cleaning all contribute to outdoor air pollution - Health News Office
Toast is more toxic than traffic fumes - The Times
How to pollution-proof your roast dinner - The Telegraph
Your home is a hidden source of air pollution - CU Boulder Today
HOMEChem gives chemistry student inside look at air quality - The Triangle
Dr. Vance was elected vice-chair of the Indoor Aerosols and Aerosol Exposure Working Group for AAAR, the American Association for Aerosol Research. This is a 2-year position that starts as vice-chairs and then moves on to chair. Duties include selecting abstracts for oral and poster presentations at the AAAR conferences, proposing plenary speakers, tutorial sessions, and special symposia.
Dr. Vance was interviewed by the Helium Podcast about life in academia as a tenure-track professor. Check out the podcast here.
Are you ‘safely indoors’? - Education in Chemistry (Royal Society of Chemistry)
30 Seconds of HOMEChem: World's Most Awesome Experiment in Indoor Air - Home Performance on Youtube
Meet Marina Vance, the Skeptic of HOMEChem - Home Performance on Youtube.
Large scale experiment probes chemistry inside our homes - Chemistry World
Ryan Elementary, CU Boulder partner to build toy for Children's Hospital Colorado - Boulder Daily Camera (news related to a Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Project)
Rain Game brings science learning to children in the hospital - Mechanical Engineering Blog (news related to a Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Project)
Designing a UAV system that can outsmart a thunderstorm - Mechanical Engineering Blog (news related to a Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Project)
3-D printer emissions raise concerns and prompt controls - Chemical & Engineering News
Vance earns $1.25 million Sloan Foundation air quality grant - EurekAlert
Bringing chemistry HOME with $1.1 million Sloan Foundation grant - EurekAlert
Green-er gold nanoparticles - Environmental Science: Nano Blog
Nanotechnology in our everyday lives - VTSuN Blog
Nanotechnology – old or new? - Environmental Science: Nano Blog
Scholar of the Week Recognition - Virginia Tech Office of the Vice President for Research
Great Balls of Fire - Environmental Science: Nano Blog
Pulse of the Planet - radio interviews:
Ancient Nanotechnology - What's the connection between Notre Dame Cathedral and the cutting edge world of nanotechnology?
Small Is Not Enough - One of the defining characteristics of nano materials is that they have new properties, compared to larger versions of the same materials.
Nano Medicine - Gold nanoparticles can be used in the treatment of cancer.
Nano Inventory - The Nanotechnology Consumer Products Inventory is an online compendium of products which contain nanomaterials.
Antimicrobial silver nanoparticles - Radio Health Journal radio interview.
Générateur de vortex : comment fonctionne l'arme anti-grêlons - Science et Avenir - An article explaining how hail cannons work mentioned our research on the environmental and health risks of silver nanoparticles.
Some antibacterials come with worrisome silver lining - Chicago Tribune
Silver nanoparticle use spurs U.S. consumer database - CBC Canada
29 Everyday Products You Didn’t Know Contain Nanomaterials - Buzzfeed article based on the Consumer Products Inventory
Nanomaterials database improved to help consumers, scientists track products - Phys.Org
I lead a team effort at VTSuN to partner with the Wilson Center to perform a large upgrade to the Nanotechnology Consumer Products Inventory:
Nanomaterials inventory improved to help consumers, scientists track products - Virginia Tech News
Inventory Finds Increase in Consumer Products Containing Nanoscale Materials - The Wilson Center
Release of silver from nanotechnology-based products for children. - Nanowerk
What's in that spray? - New Haven Independent