Recent Paper Co-Authored by Joseph Francisco Highlighted in Nature Communications

Joseph Francisco, President’s Distinguished Professor of Earth and Environmental Science and Chemistry

A paper co-authored by Joseph Francisco, President’s Distinguished Professor of Earth and Environmental Science and Chemistry, along with postdoctoral researcher Tarek Trabelsi, was selected for an Editors’ Highlights webpage at Nature Communications. The Editors’ Highlights page showcases the 50 best papers recently published by the journal in specific areas of science. Francisco and Trabelsi’s paper, “Photochemical and Thermochemical Pathways to S2 and Polysulfur Formation in the Atmosphere of Venus,” is featured as a notable paper in astronomy and planetary science.

See the Editors' Highlights page here.



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