Jul 10, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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Air. It's essential for terrestrial life. And yet, our densely populated urban areas spew hazardous compounds into our air every day. The thesis for this evening is that if we can measure and map our air quality—in real-time and with better accuracy—we will be empowered to improve our air quality. Join Shaun Houlihan, a mechanical design engineer, in a conversation about mobile/wearable air pollution sensors and air quality mapping. Then, we will do a charrette focused on the application of this emerging technology.
Join us for an evening of creativity and learning! Food and beverages provided.