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ACS News Service Weekly PressPac: June 29, 2022

ACS’ Tiny Matters podcast series

Have you heard? The American Chemical Society recently launched Tiny Matters, a science podcast about things small in size but big in impact. Tune in for a two-part series on air pollution. The June 1 episode focuses on the 1952 Great Smog of London, environmental regulations that came from that disaster, and current air pollution tracking and mitigation strategies. The June 15 episode explores the health effects of air pollution following the Sept. 11 attacks and the scientists working to treat the first responders who were exposed. And just in time for summer, the June 29 episode is all about sharks — what makes them so unique, so important and so very misunderstood. 

Every other Wednesday, the Tiny Matters hosts uncover little stuff that makes big stuff possible. Tune in!

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