Lily Hwang and I will set up our new Emriver Em3 at AGU in San Fransisco next week.
Here you see Lily at GSA, a CAD drawing, and Lily, Christina, Alee, and Nathan celebrating the first Em3's arrival in October.
The Em3's form comes from my two decades of experience using and refining these models.
By design, the Em3 is portable, so it doesn't need dedicated lab space, and can be used outdoors.
But it's big enough for serious research, and we're working on instrumentation and many other options.
We're going to have a blast at AGU, please drop by!
Labels: AGU, em3