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. Chuck Kolb and Cameron Martin spoke with Congress members and their staff, as well as SBA staff and agency SBIR/STTR managers, about the critical role the SBIR andSTTR programs have played in Aerodyne’s successful development, production, sale and utilization of innovative instrumentation that enhances our understanding of atmospheric chemistry around the world and its effects on air quality and global climate change.