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24 March, 2016

Pollution cameras to snap toxic cars

BRITAIN is to get its first traffic pollution cameras — devices that can measure the toxins emitted by every passing vehicle to see if they breach legal limits while also identifying the owner.  ...

25 November, 2015

Alex Cooper presenting poster at Harwell student poster day

Alex Cooper will be presenting a poster on toxicokinetic modelling at the Harwell student poster day on 25th November 2015.  The event, open to all PhD students across the Harwell campus, includes...

2 November, 2015

Lareb Dean joins Theme IV

We are pleased to welcome Lareb Dean who joins Theme IV as a PhD student. Lareb will be supervised by Terry Tetley and Andrew Thorley working on a project concerned with understanding the...

29 October, 2015

Dimitris Evangelopoulos joins Theme IV

We are pleased to welcome Dimitris Evangelopoulos who joins Theme IV as a PhD student. Dimitris will be supervised by Heather Walton and Klea Katsouyanni working on simulation of multi-pollutant...

24 September, 2015

HPRU PPIE annual progress reports available on the NIHR website

The HPRU PPIE sections of the first annual progress reports are now available on the NIHR website.  

The NIHR aim is to support and promote the sharing of knowledge, learning and good...

22 July, 2015

One NIHR has launched

One NIHR is for the different people funded by, supported by and working for the NIHR. The NIHR want everyone involved in the NIHR to have a stake in it – now and in the future.

One NIHR is...

9 July, 2015

Public Engagement at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus

On July 8th members of the HPRU in Health Impact of Environmental Hazards (HIEH) team engaged with the public, and particularly schoolchildren, at the annual opening of the Harwell Science and...

20 June, 2015

All choked up: did Britain's dirty air make me dangerously ill?

Professor Frank Kelly and Drs Ian Mudway and Ben Barratt contribute to an article in the The Guardian by John Vidal.  

3 June, 2015

Frank Kelly appears at Cheltenham Science Festival

Professor Frank Kelly appeared at Cheltenham Science Festival today, taking part in a discussion entitled "How your life affects your genes". Professor Kelly along with Dr Hector Keun and Dr John...

27 April, 2015

Dr Volker Arlt contributes to the Toxicology Research "New Talents" issue

Toxicology Research has produced a themed edition that showcases the research of outstanding young investigators. This themed issue, termed New Talents, is a compilation of some of the research being...