We received NSF funding to initiate this project in summer 2016. We are excited to work with an interdisciplinary team of researchers and community scientists to create a formaldehyde measurement device.

See a link to our interim report on the Public Lab blog here:

September 2017: We are launching our beta test!

September 2017: Congrats to Nick Shapiro, who was awarded the top prize in the “Making and Doing” session at the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S).  His presentation included a description and demo of the SmART-Form app.  More info here.

April 2018: We’ve launched our community test component.  Look for us in Waycross, GA!

April 2018: Karen Dannemiller presented our project at the Ohio Healthy Homes Network Spring Forum

July 2018: Our abstract was accepted for a platform presentation at the Indoor Air conference in Philadelphia, PA

November 2018: We are excited to announce the publication of our manuscript:  A special thanks to all the community scientists who contributed to this effort!