- On April 1st, 2016 Kelley Belina of SLU's CES helped kick-off of the new "Cleaner, Greener Granite City Air Quality Program." Funded by an EPA grant award to the United Congregations of the Metro-East, the project features a new Ozone Garden located in Granite City, IL.
- January 2016: We are pleased to announce SLU's CES has received an EPA Environmental Education grant award! We will be partnering with the Missouri Botanical Garden to design teaching chambers for exposing plants to ozone indoors, and create related educational content. Look for more on this project throughout the year.
Kent Burkey, Jack Fishman, and Sam Ray inspect USDA-ARS research chambers that will be repurposed for education.
- Saint Louis University hosted the 9th NASA Air Quality Applied Science Team (AQAST) meeting, June 2-4, 2015.
Jack Fishman and Kelley Belina answer questions from the AQAST team at the Saint Louis Science Center Ozone Garden.