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28 May, 2019

King's to breathe cleaner air into South Korea

Professor Frank Kelly recently hosted a meeting with the Mayor of Seoul, Park Won-soon and his delegation of Advisers and media representatives to share best practice from the work of the...

8 May, 2019

Air pollution, effects, susceptibilities and solutions

Professor Tim Gant presented a webinar to the Institution of Chemical Engineers Environment Special Interest Group titled 'Air pollution, effects, susceptibilities and solutions'.


7 May, 2019

Professor Frank Kelly wins prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Award

Professor Frank Kelly has been named winner of the prestigious Toxicology Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry. 

The Royal Society of Chemistry’s Awards and Prizes are awarded in...

2 May, 2019

Megacities and Air Pollution Report

Professor Frank Kelly and Dr Ben Barratt contributed to the recently published Megacities and Air Pollution report published by the Ramphal Institute.  The report has been distributed to the High...

30 April, 2019

Celebrating five years of health protection research

In April 2014, 13 Health Protection Research Units (HPRUs) were established as partnerships between Public Health England (PHE) and eight UK universities, with funding from the National Institute...

16 April, 2019

Causes of cancer may leave 'fingerprints' in DNA

From smoking to alcohol, air pollution to sunlight, a host of factors in our environment can cause cancer. Now scientists say they might be able to pinpoint the culprits for individual tumours....

4 April, 2019

ULEZ starts as two million still suffering toxic air

Professor Frank Kelly is quoted in an article in titled 'ULEZ starts as two million still suffering toxic air'.

1 April, 2019

The evidence base linking air pollution exposure and adverse health effects is strong

The combined epidemiological and toxicological evidence base that links exposure to air pollution with adverse health outcomes is robust and defensible says Professor Frank Kelly in a new...

19 March, 2019

Air quality exposure of 250 school children to be monitored in groundbreaking study

Scientists will monitor the air quality exposure of 250 children in London as they make their way to school and in the classroom.

The groundbreaking study, led by Dr Ben Barratt from the ...

21 February, 2019

The world's first mobile app designed for outside workers

The British Safety Council is launching Time to Breathe, a UK-wide campaign, on the 12th March, to provide free resources and advocates that employers, policy makers and regulators start taking...