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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 ...

30 January, 2018

King's researchers working with Mayor of London to improve pollution forecasting

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today announced a new partnership with researchers from the Environmental Research Group (ERG) at King's which will improve the way the public are informed...

30 January, 2018

Scrutiny over wood and coal fires in UK homes

Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed for a BBC News Science and Environment article titled "Scrutiny over wood and coal fires in UK homes".

30 January, 2018

Spotlight on ways Imperial Researchers are tackling the air pollution crisis

Professor Terry Tetley and PhD student Kirsty Meldrum are highlighted in a Imperial College feature looking at ways research is helping to tackle the adverse health effects of air pollution.

29 January, 2018

German shock at car exhaust tests on humans and monkeys

Professor Frank Kelly was interviewed for a BBC World News article titled "German shock at car exhaust tests on humans and monkeys".

 

9 January, 2018

Reality Check: Is Beijing's air quality better this winter?

Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in a BBC news article that looks at the claim made by the Chinese government that Beijing's air quality improved sharply in the winter of 2017.

8 January, 2018

Theme IV welcomes Dylan Wood

We are pleased to welcome Dylan Wood who has taken up a position as a PhD student supervised by Klea Katsouyanni and Sean Beevers working on the "Association bewteen primary mental health outcomes...

19 December, 2017

The detrimental impact of air pollution on health

King's turns the Spotlight on air pollution. 

The detrimental impact of air pollution on the most vulnerable in society has been exposed in two recent studies from King’s and Imperial...

12 December, 2017

London air pollution cancels positive health effects of exercise in over 60’s

Exposure to air pollution on city streets is enough to counter the beneficial health effects of exercise in older adults, according to new research from members of the Unit.  The findings, published...