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Chuck Kolb and Cameron Martin brief MA Sixth District Congressman Seth Moulton and his Legislative Aide Margo Brown on the scientific and financial impact of Aerodyne’s advanced atmospheric instrumentation products largely developed with SBIR/STTR funding

Aerodyne Research was one of ten companies invited to participate in the SBIR/STTR Innovation Awareness Day program sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration on December 8th at the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill.

ARI announces the acquisition of a next generation mobile laboratory

ARI announces the acquisition of a next generation mobile laboratory.  The newest vehicle in the fleet will expand our deployment payload for the instrumentation to quantify trace gases and aerosol characterization.  We are delighted that this new mobile laboratory has more capability and still has a decent turning radius!

Dr. David Nelson invited to speak at SCIX 2015

David Nelson is invited by the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies to speak on Real Time Isotopic Analysis of Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases Using Mid-IR Spectroscopy at SCIX 2015.  SCIX 2015 is being held in Providence RI Sept. 27 - Oct. 2

Dr. Leah Williams treasurer-elect of AAAR

Dr. Leah Williams, principal scientist at Aerodyne, is treasurer-elect of the American Association for Aerosol Science (AAAR). Leah has been an enthusiastic member of AAAR for more than ten years. She served on the Board of Directors from 2012 to 2015, has served on the Education Committee, and been active in the Aerosol Chemistry and Atmospheric Aerosol working groups.

Aerodyne Mass Spectrometer featured

Aerodyne Mass Spectrometer is featured in the American Geophysical Union Blogosphere: GeoSpace, August 13, 2015.  "Scientists track air pollution by meal times" by Leigh Cooper shows the Hong Kong University Science and Technology Group lead by Dr. Chak Chan using our AMS to monitor organic aerosols from cooking.

Lindsay Renbaum-Wolff has been awarded the Roger Daley Postdoctoral Publication Award

Lindsay Renbaum-Wolff has been awarded the Roger Daley Postdoctoral Publication Award at the 49th CMOS Congress,Whistler BC, June 3, 2015.  The Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society's Roger Daley Postdoctoral Publication Award is granted for excellence of a publication in the fields of meteorology or oceanography.  The award was gven for her co-authored paper entitled: Viscosity of α-pinene secondary organic material and implications for particle growth

European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015

Aerodyne Research will be exhibiting at the EGU 2015 in Vienna, Austria, April 12-17 on the Green Level, Booth G11.  Many or us will be in attandance during the conference as well as at the booth - please stop by!

Volunteer aircraft needed for general aviation research.

Aerodyne is studying general aviation engine emissions through the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) at the Transportation Board.  Our Mobile Laboratory is testing emissions from small aircraft with piston or small turbine engines (see video).  Contact Tara Yacovitch, Senior Scientist at

Aerodyne Instruments part of NSF/NCAR Winter Campaign

As part of the Wintertime Investigation of Transport, Emissions, and Reactivity (WINTER 2015) Campaign, three  Aerodyne mass spectrometers are currently aboard the NSF/NCAR C-130 measuring the chemical transformations of air pollution in the winter time.

John Conant named President of the Inter-Society Color Council

John ConantJohn Conant was elected President-Elect of the Inter-Society Color Council in 2012 . John succeeded as President as of January 1, 2015 for a 2-year term.  The ISCC is the principal professional society in the field of color in the United States, encompassing the arts, sciences and industry.