Scientist awarded $2.5 million to measure industrial dust

Sep 21, 2012
He plans to develop a dust spectrometer that will capture and measure inhalable dust, about the size of flour dust, before it settles. He’ll also create an inexpensive, lightweight device that workers could wear on their shoulders to immediately sample their exposure.

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