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DownToEarth (DTE), 10 February 2022: Electric vehicles can lower emissions of volatile organic compounds in India by 2030: Study

The Times of India, 29 Jan 2022: Delhi: Scientists look to trace exact source of pollution to help improve air quality.

The Indian Express, December 20, 2019: Mohali institute IISER behind device to study pollutants released by farm fires.

Ashish K Sharma (Ph D scholar) & Lejish V P (MS Thesis 2019) received outstanding student poster award at the EGU General Assembly 2019
EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 7-12, 2019: From fundamental Atmospheric Composition Research to Societal Services/30 years of the WMO Global Atmosphere Watch Programme
Dr. Vinayak Sinha has been selected as SSC member (2019-2022) of International Commission on Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution (iCACGP)
CIRES (Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences), July 11 2018: Plant-damaging ozone pollution highest in East Asia but declining in North America
News Coverage Related to Emission Impact of Odd-Even Scheme in Delhi:
The Hindu Business Line, April 2, 2018: New study says odd-even scheme led to increase in emissions
Indian Science Journal, April 2, 2018: New study finds odd-even scheme led to increase in emissions

AsianScientist, March 23, 2018: Asia's rising scientists:Vinayak Sinha

Dr. Vinayak Sinha has been elected as Co-Chair of the Scientific Steering Committee of iLEAPS (Integrated Land Ecosystem Atmosphere Process Studies)

The Interview Portal, December 21, 2017: Atmospheric chemist interview

The Telegraph, December 3, 2017: Odd-even falters on road pollution

Hindustan Times e-paper, October 18, 2017: Ec(h)o-friendly Diwali | Anatomy of a cracker: A toxic affair

Dr. Vinayak Sinha receives NASI-Scopus Young Scientist Award 2016 

Best Research Paper Award 2014 in International Journal of Mass Spectrometry by American Society for Mass Spectrometry and Elsevier

Interview of  Dr. Vinayak Sinha by Max Planck Society

News Coverage Related to Emissions from Paddy Straw Fire:

The Indian Express, November 11, 2014: Scientists link paddy straw burning to cancer

Sci Dev Net: Burning paddy straw adds benzene to the air

IONICON Blog: Indian PTR-MS collects first VOC data from Indo-Gangetic Plain

First direct measurements of chemical ozone production in India obtained