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‘Game changer’: UK scientists develop a planet-friendly sun cream made from seaweed

A new kind of sunscreen has been made from seaweed that is at least as effective as existing lotions. Professor Antony Young said this research was a ‘potential gamechanger’.

Revealed: The top 10 air pollution hotspots in the UK

King's College London is mentioned in an article in CITYA.M. about the top 10 UK air pollution hotspots.

 

London Marathon: Figures show massive 89 per cent drop in air pollution

Air pollution fell by almost 90 per cent on a road closed for the London Marathon, according to King’s air pollution monitoring. The Daily Mail, London Evening Standard and Huffington Post mentioned the finding in articles.

It's not just the oceans: Microplastic pollution is all around us

Professor Frank Kelly, contributed to a CNN article titled, "It's not just the oceans: Microplastic pollution is all around us"

Earth Day: Technology designed to clean air in schools and hospitals trialled in London 'pollution pods'

Dr Ian Mudway commented in the Independent on the use of technology to "fix" the problem of air pollution.

Artist's 'pollution pods' highlight global air quality problem

A Reuters article on an installation by artist Michael Pinksy made up of five geodesic domes, emulating polluted environments in cities globally mentions King’s research on the impact of pollution.

Why we should worry about plastic in the air

Professor Frank Kelly wrote an article in the Daily Mail, titled "Why we should worry about plastic in the air".

 

Should I worry about air pollution?

Professor Frank Kelly and Dr Ben Barratt contributed to an episode of "Trust me I'm a Doctor" for BBC Two titled "Should I worry about air pollution? 

Radical solutions to the air pollution crisis from around the world

Professor Frank Kelly has been interviewed for an article in the Independent titled "Radical solutions to the air pollution crisis from around the world".

Eight things more likely to kill you in 1970s Britain than today

Drs Anna Hansell (Imperial College London) and Gary Fuller (King's College London) were referenced in a recently released BBC article regarding the statistical decline in UK morbidity rates.