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6 May, 2020

Levels of London pollution both increase and decrease during lockdown, study finds

Professor Martin Williams, Head of Science Policy and Epidemiology at King's College London quotes, 'Our early analysis of the lockdown showed significant reductions in nitrogen dioxide (NO2)...

21 April, 2020

Meet Frank Kelly: Humphrey Battcock Chair of Environment and Health at Imperial College London

Professor Frank Kelly is the inaugural Humphrey Battcock Chair of Environment and Health in the School of Public Health.

17 April, 2020

London news: Lockdown sees capital clean up its act as air pollution plummets

Professor Martin Williams commented on the pandemic’s impacts on air pollution in the Daily Express

20 February, 2020

New Scientist - Opening your windows doesn't help reduce indoor air pollution

Professor Frank Kelly quotes, 'Modern houses are becoming more air-tight as we try to conserve energy' This may be bad for our air quality unless homes are built with mechanical ventilation...

11 February, 2020

Air pollution has major impact on children in sport, study warns

Dr Ian Mudway, Senior Lecturer in respiratory toxicology at King's College London is quoted as saying, 'A Child growing up with asthma in a polluted city will have worse symptoms that will limit...

24 January, 2020

Liverpool City Region's air pollution linked to 1,040 deaths per year

Dr David Dajnak, principal air quality scientist from King's College London quotes, 'People's lives are being cut short and, notably, the most vulnerable could benefit the most from immediate...

15 January, 2020

Revealed: microplastic pollution is raining down on city dwellers

Dr Stephanie Wright from King's College London reports on the increase of microplastics, and the concern of not knowing much about it. 

9 January, 2020

It's 2020 and Uber's new flying car is here, but is it all it’s cracked up to be?

Dr Gary Fulller from King's College London notes that the 'flying car' which is 100% electric, is still a detriment to air pollution.

9 January, 2020

Air pollution from brake dust may have same harmful effects on immune cells as diesel exhaust

Dr Ian Mudway, Senior Lecturer at King's College London who led the research suggesting that particulate pollution from brake wear could be contributing to increased susceptibility to airway...

3 January, 2020

Pollution from Heathrow detected in central London

Dr Gary Fuller, Senior Lecturer in Air  Pollution Measurement and Dr Ioar Rivas, Research Fellow at King's College London report on the study of measured ultrafine particles (UFP) in European...