Cranfield’s Centre for Atmospheric Informatics and Emissions Technology, established in 2016, helps to advance our understanding of how emissions contribute to large scale atmospheric shifts. Read more Read less

Air quality, climate change and stratospheric ozone depletion are three of the major environmental challenges of our time. Cranfield’s Centre for Atmospheric Informatics and Emissions Technology, established in 2016, helps to advance our understanding of how emissions contribute to large scale atmospheric shifts. It supports industry and government in the science and technology of atmospheric releases, exposures and impacts.

The Centre is housed in a brand new building, the result of joint investment of over £3 million from the Natural Environment Research Council, the National Centre for Atmospheric Science, and Cranfield University. This provides a focal point for research active staff, as well as being a shared home with the like-minded researchers at the Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements (FAAM) based at Cranfield.