Professor Bill Nazaroff's article, "Dermal Uptake of Organic Vapors Commonly Found in Indoor Air," was the second runner-up among Environmental Science & Technology's (ES&T) Best Paper Awards for 2013 (Environmental Science division). The article's co-author was Charles Weschler.
In 2013, ES&T received 5400 article submissions and published 1730 articles. Articles were selected for the award on the basis of their high quality and because the selection committee believed they would likely have a significant and long-lasting impact on their fields.
Nazaroff, the Daniel Tellep Distinguished Professor, teaches in CEE's Environmental Engineering and Energy, Civil Infrastructure and Climate programs.