Antonios Tasoglou, Ph.D. Joins RJ Lee Group as PTR-MS Specialist

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RJ Lee Group has announced that Antonios Tasoglou, Ph.D. has joined the company as Senior Scientist and PTR-MS Specialist (proton transfer reaction. Dr. Tasoglou has worked with several organizations to conduct research for atmospheric pollution in the gas and particles phases. His work also includes extensive air quality measurements for the European Research Council ATMOPACS […]

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Particle Sampling in Space: A New Frontier

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Why are we sampling particles in space? Our understanding of the living conditions astronauts experience in the International Space Station (ISS) may be colored by our exposure to science fiction. Based on this experience, you might assume that an unknown airborne substance in a spacecraft was of alien origin, seeping in by accident or on […]

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Amber Dalley Welcomed to RJ Lee Group

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RJ Lee Group welcomes Ms. Amber Dalley as the Director of Business Development – Materials and Environmental Services Groups. Ms. Dalley’s career history began as a Research Engineer with RJ Lee Group, when she worked with scanning and transmission electron microscopy to categorize characterize materials. She went on to work as Senior Materials Engineer for […]

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New York State’s New Legislation Requires School Drinking Water Testing

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New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed new legislation (S.8158/A.10740) into effect on September 6, 2016, requiring all schools in the state to test their drinking water for lead-copper contamination.  According to New York Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, “We know how harmful lead can be to the health and well-being of young children, and […]

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Mobile Detection Lab Testing Underway at Hanford Tank Farms

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The Tri-City Herald of Kennewick, Wa. has published an article on the RJ Lee Group’s mobile chemical detection unit. The commercially available van, which is outfitted with a mass spectrometer and other scientific instrumentation that detects and measures chemicals in the environment, is currently being field tested at the Hanford tank farms in Hanford, Wa. Washington […]

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Test Chamber Simulation Studies Confirm Respirator Effectiveness for Airborne Coal Dust

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A number of personal injury claims asserted that NIOSH-approved respirators worn by coal miners were tested using silica dust and therefore were not effective for miners exposed to airborne coal dust. The NIOSH method evaluated the performance of air-purifying respirators according to Title 30, Part 11 of the Code of Federal Regulations. A law firm […]

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RJ Lee Group Scientist, Keith Rickabaugh, Attains Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) Status

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  • 4:38PM Jan 18, 2016
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Mr. Keith Rickabaugh, Technical Director, has been awarded Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) certification by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH). Mr. Rickabaugh has worked in Industrial Hygiene for more than 20 years, conducting field and laboratory work for a variety of industries. In his position at RJ Lee Group, he has implemented his extensive […]

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RJ Lee Group Signs Licensing Agreement for Technology that Turns Tires to Carbon Black

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  • 1:35PM Nov 04, 2015
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RJ Lee Group, Inc., a scientific consulting laboratory in Monroeville, Pa., has signed a licensing agreement with the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for technology that converts waste rubber, such as used tires, into carbon black composites. Developed by ORNL’S Amit Naskar, Parans Paranthaman, and Zhonghe Bi, this innovative technology could introduce […]

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