Associate Professor Jesse Kroll and Professor Colette Heald each received funding from the MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design for two new research projects that can make an impact on the developing world. Kroll received funding for a project on “Modeling and Deployment Strategies for Low-Cost Air Quality Sensors in Urban India,” which will be completed in collaboration with Professor David Hsu of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning and Professor Youssef Marzouk of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Heald’s project is on “Understanding the Sources Contributing to the Air Pollution Crisis in India.” See all of the projects on MIT News.