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16 May, 2018

China seeks advice on air pollution

Air pollution experts from King’s College London welcomed one of China’s most high profile ministers yesterday to provide insight on how London has tackled air pollution to date and sharing...

14 May, 2018

Major New Research Hub to Address Urban Health

Healthy Lives, Healthy Planet: Major New Research Hub to Address Urban Health Inequalities & Sustainability

King’s College London is a partner in a major new research initiative which...

10 May, 2018

48 of the UK’s world leading researchers have been elected to join the prestigious Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences

48 of the UK’s world leading researchers have been elected to join the prestigious Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences this year, including Professor Frank Kelly.  The new Fellows have ...

27 April, 2018

Wood burners add to air pollution

Professor Frank Kelly contributed to an article in The Times titled "Wood burners add to air pollution".

25 April, 2018

Air pollution and its impact on health

Professor Frank Kelly was invited by Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris, to speak at the recent conference "Air pollution and its impact on health" held at the Hotel De Ville in Paris on 5th April 2018...

9 April, 2018

Britain's Diesel Scandal

Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed for a Dispatches programme broadcast on channel All 4 on April 9th 2018 titled "Britain's Diesel Scandal".  The investigation includes undercover footage...

21 March, 2018

The Health Effects of Air Pollution: Time to Act

Professor Frank Kelly and Drs Ben Barratt and Ian Mudway contrbuted to a report recently published by Policy Connect titled, " The health effects of air pollution: time to act".

 

6 March, 2018

Health impacts of all pollution - what do we know?

Dame Sally Davies, the UK's Chief Medical Officer has released her annual medical report: 'Health impacts of all pollution - what do we know?'. Chapter 8 of the report, 'Pollution - data,...

28 February, 2018

Global project to reduce health inequalities in cities around the world

A major new research partnership has been launched to explore ways of reducing health inequalities in cities around the world.

The research will be led by Imperial...

27 February, 2018

King's to help transform health through data science following £54 million award

King's College London has been chosen as a foundation partner of a new national institute Health Data Research UK. King’s will join UCL, Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London ...