Dr. Richard Miake-Lye is presented with a copy of the Nobel Peace Prize certificate bestowed on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in 2007. The copy is awarded to scientists who have contributed substantially to the work of the IPCC since its inception.
Aerodyne Research Inc. research scientists, mobile laboratory and papers are featured in Environmental Science & Technology News article "Characterizing Airplane Plumes on the Runway"
ARI's advanced air pollution instruments, its mobile air quality laboratory and several ARI staff members are featured in a new video entitled "Air Pollution", one of 13 ~half hour videos that form the core of of a new environmental science course for high school teachers and college level instruction. The course is entitled Habitable Planet; A Systems Approach to Environmental Science and was prepared by the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics' Science Media Group with sponsorship from the Annenberg Foundation.
Aerodyne partners with the Mystic View Tack Force and the Tufts Community Research Center to measure and characterize highway pollution as part of a research study on health effects of pollution near highways.