Our research group operates at the interface of chemistry, physics, and engineering to study the unique properties of microenvironments and address science questions relevant to atmospheric chemistry, sustainability, human health and beyond.
New publication from the group out in Science Advances about supramolecular aerosol chemistry! Motivated by understanding atmospheric chemistry, with implications for respiratory aersol and materials synthesis.
Research from the group and commentary from Prof. Davis was featured in various news sources, including The Washington Post.
The lab was awarded an ACS PRF new investigator grant to study interfacial reactivity of petrochemical aerosol particles in the presence of reactive oxygen species!
The first publication from the Davis Research Group is published in Analytical Chemistry! Congrats to David, Kristin, and Josie for their hardwork making it happen!
We have received a 3-year award from NSF to study the physico-chemical properties of organic aerosol particles and their impact on atmospheric crystal nucleation processes!
We have also gotten word that Prof. Davis will be presenting at the ACS Fall Meeting in August and the AAAR Annual Meeting in October, and David Richards will be presenting at ACS in August. Come see our talks and learn about levitation techniques and gel formation in microdroplets!
We are officially levitating microdroplets here at Trinity, and collecting some interesting data!