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12 July 2017

Inter-journal Special Issue for BACCHUS articles set up

A special issue for BACCHUS publications has been created. It summarizes publications in the open-access journals Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (ACP), Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (AMT) and Geoscientific Model Development (GMD) with their respective discussion journals. A description of the content and a list of the included publications can be found on the BACCHUS Special Issue's website.
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21 June 2017

BACCHUS partners publish in Nature

Jurgita Ovadnevaite, NUI Galway/Ireland and her co-workers published an article in the Nature journal with the title: "Surface tension prevails over solute effect in organic-influenced cloud droplet activation". Read more on their work in the article.
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23 March 2017

European Commission features BACCHUS project

On the World Meteorological Day, the European Commission Research & Innovation features the BACCHUS project in their headline article and addresses the importance of understanding the impact of aerosols on clouds and climate studied in the project. The full article can be found here as well as a Tweet on #EUScience&Innovation.
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20 December 2016

BACCHUS partners participate in the Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition

In December 2016 the Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition (ACE) was launched by the Swiss Polar Institute at Cape Town/South Africa. Aboard the Russian research vessel Akademic Treshnikov an international group of researchers started their reaserach cruise to explore the climatology, glaciology, oceanography, biology and biochemistry of the Antarctic during their expedition until March 2017. See what is going on and follow on Twitter.
Julia Schmale, Paul Scherrer Institute/Switzerland, lead the climatology research to study the preindustrial-like aerosol climate effects (ACE-SPACE). More details on their work can be found on Julia Schmale's website and blog.
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