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Professor Paul Elliott of Imperial College London plans to trial 5000 key workers with saliva tests in the next 2 weeks, on the fight against Covid-19
Professor Frank Kelly at Imperial College London says the idea of pollution particles carrying the virus further afield was an interesting one. “It is possible, but I would like to see this work repeated by two or three groups.”
Professor Frank Kelly attended the Global Challenges Research Fund Newtworking Event in Colombia, 5th - 8th March and presented, 'London England: A test bed for traffic management schemes to improve air quality.
Government's proposals to end sales of coal and wet wood
Dr Gary Fuller reports on BBC Radio 4 You and Yours talking about Air Pollution from burning solid fuel. The report is 8 mins in.
Researchers at King's College London, including Dr Martin Williams, Dr Heather Walton, Dr Klea Katsouyanni and Dimistris Evangelopoulos examine how air quality could affect health outcomes.
Dr Gary Fuller reports in The Guardian.
Dr Gary Fuller, from King's College London, was interviewed by LBC News about the causes and effects of air pollution in the capital.
Researchers at King's College London show findings that plastic can disintegrate into pieces so small they can be inhaled. Professor Frank Kelly says, 'that microplastics can come from many sources, from everyday furniture to fibers in carpets, and from car tires'
Professor Frank Kelly quotes, 'the relative risks in China, "are considerably less than those seen in Europe and the US"