Ivanovich, Michael G.
October 2006
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Oct2006, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p5
The article presents the author's experience of discovering a colleague's death while searching on the Internet for an inspirational message about passion. The name of P. Ole Fanger, a senior professor at the International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy at the Technical University of Denmark, appeared on the list of famous and familiar individuals who recently died. He was the Danish scientist credited for linking poor indoor-quality to adverse health effects.


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