Dwayne Heard's Group

Atmospheric Chemistry and Astrochemistry

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Atmospheric Chemistry and Astrochemistry

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Atmospheric Chemistry and Astrochemistry

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Dwayne Heard’s Group has developed the laser-based field instruments for the atmospheric measurement of OH, HO2, RO2, and other free-radicals, OH reactivity and carbonyl species. We have deployed our instruments in over 25 field campaigns worldwide since 1996 from ground, ship- and aircraft-based platforms. We conducted studies of chemical kinetics and photochemistry performed in the laboratory which are relevant to Earth’s atmosphere and also very cold regions in the interstellar medium.

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Research Fellow in Atmospheric Chemistry

We are looking for an exceptional researcher to work on our EXHALE project (Exploiting new understanding of Heterogeneous production of reactive species from AIRPRO: Links to haze and human health Effects)

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Dwayne is delighted to have been awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry Environment Prize for 2017. He hopes that this...

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A group of researchers from Chemistry has recently returned from Beijing where they studied the composition of the urban atmosphere...

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Congratulations to Jack (Chunxiang) Ye, our newest group member, who is first author on a Nature paper which was published this...

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A new project has been funded, led by Leeds and also involving collaborators from Oxford University, in which new optical...

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