In October 2015, a report1 detailing a study designed to evaluate the effect of ventilation, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and carbon dioxide (CO2) on workers’ cognitive performance was published. The researchers used a reportedly objective measure, as opposed to most earlier studies’ occupant opinions/responses, to evaluate the benefits of increased ventilation. In November 2014, 24 professionals (architects, designers, programmers, engineers, creative marketing ...

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