Aerodyne Research exhibits at the American Geophysical Union 45th annual fall meeting, December 2012. ARI displayed the Aerosol Chemical Speciation Monitor and the Continuous Wave Quantum Cascade Cascade Laser Mini Trace Gas Monitor. A number of ARI scientists participated in the meeting's technical sessions.
A research team led by Dr. Timothy Onasch of Aerodyne Research, Inc. and Dr. Christopher Cappa of the University of California, Davis has shed new light on the role of urban soot particles in climate change. Originally published in the August, 2012 issue of Science (V.337, Pp.178-1081), this research has been highlighted in Chemical & Engineering News: "Urban soot particles may warm climate less than believed" (C&E News, V.90, N36 P.56 September 3, 2012.)