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Drs Ian Mudway and Ben Barratt contributed to an article in The Guardian titled 'London schools tackle pollution with face masks and air purifiers'
Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in an i News article titled Scientists confirm for the first time that air pollution causes heart disease and stroke.
Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed for an article in The Guardian titled, "Air pollution linked to greater risk of mouth cancer".
Professor Frank Kelly contributed to an article in The Guardian titled "Invisible killer: how one girl's tragic death could change the air pollution story"
Professor Frank Kelly contributed to an article in The Times titled "Toxic air to blame for 60,000 cases of dementia". The article reports on the BMJ press release for the recent publication by colleagues at KCL, St George's and Imperial titled "Are noise and air pollution related to the incidence of dementia? A cohort study in London, England". A number of other newspapers also reported on the publication including the Guardian, Independent, Standard, Express, Newsweek and Daily Mail.
Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed for a ITV Tonight programme titled "What car should I buy?"
Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed on CNBC TV as part of the special week’s coverage on the environment.
Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in an Evening Standard article titled "Thermal imaging reveals children exposed to more toxic air than adults on school run".
New research by Global Action Plan, coinciding with this year’s Clean Air Day, 21 June, found that primary and nursery school children were being exposed to 30% more toxic pollution compared to adults when walking along busy roads. Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in the article titled "School chilrdren exposed to 30% more toxic pollution than adults while walking to school", published on the Open Access Government website.
The UK is among six EU member states referred to Europe’s highest court this month over a failure to clean up “significant and persistent” air pollution. So how bad is the problem and what impact is it having on our health? FT Science editor Clive Cookson put these questions to a panel of experts at a recent FT event in London. He spoke to Laurie Laybourn-Langton of the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change, Dr Ian Mudway, from the Environmental Research Group at King's College London and Darran Messem of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership.