Every day we hear and see things we wish we can pass on to you...so we hope you will visit us often and see what our distributors, customers and Met One Instruments is doing to monitor outdoor and indoor air in various countries, industries and research projects.
This Mad Scientist's Genetically Engineered "Bugs" Could Solve The World's Biggest Problems Nicholas Carlson | Jul. 13, 2011, 10:44 AM | 17,110 | 10 Turning waste into energy, Kiwi entrepreneur and scientist Sean Simpson is a modern alchemist. He's the founder of an Auckland, New Zealand-based company called LanzaTech . With long red hair and a quick, loud laugh, he's a mad scientist for the good guys. Simpson says that with the help of tiny, genetically-engineered "bugs," LanzaTech can take industrial waste and turn it into usable fuel. And while alchemy has always been something of a myth, LanzaTech's process is already up and running. Right now, it's converting exhaust into ethanol at a steel mill
Met One would like to thank the US Embassy Beijing, Department of Commerce, State of Oregon, and GEEP for their help to make CIEPEC 2011 BEIJING a very successful show! China's Environmental Policy continues to rapidly evolve. Go Green China! Thanks again to Kerry Bonner, Sunun Setboonsarng, Andrew Billard,Ryan Mulholland and Betsy Hsieh!
Everyday we see or hear something we want to share with you. So, here we go with the MOI Monitor. We hope you will share your news and experiences with our equipment. Because the world has become one small community dealing with everyday issues regarding air quality and renewable energy, we hope to make your job easier with various experiences published in this blog. Spread the word and we hope this will prove to be a valuable service to our distributors, customers and to ourselves. The MOI Sales Team