On Dec 28, U.S. Ambassador to Mongolia Piper Campbell visited our PEER project research group at the National University of Mongolia. Ambassador Campbell learned about our PEER project, and we also discussed ways in which it was having an impact on students and the next generation of scientists – especially atmospheric and air quality ones… Read More

On 14 Dec, UBASC students gave a great presentation at the American Corner, where they explainined how to understand and access UB air quality data (Twitter and Facebook pages) and also handed out PM-rated masks, provided courtesy the US Embassy to Mongolia. We have lots of extra masks, so let us know if you’re interested in having our… Read More

Check out a post on my personal website to learn more about a new opportunity to participate in a program called Global Science Share that enables participants to expand the international community of scientists and engineers!… Read More

This guest blog post is written by 18-year old Oyu Choijamts. Oyu is a graduate of The Hobby School in Ulaanbaatar and has participated in air pollution outreach activities as a member of UBASC. She will be attending university in the fall at Harvard and wants to major in Environmental Studies. ***************************************** Mongolians are well… Read More

There’s only one source of public information on real-time UB air quality, and that’s from http://www.ub-air.info/ub-air/laq/. UB resident (and my husband) Joe Flasher recently made an API that spits out data from this site in an easy-to-use format. Check out his API here and/or read his blog entry describing it. Thanks, Joe! Note: At the… Read More