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QUADRAT DTP: Air Quality and Environmental Impact on Human Health

Recent reviews of the impact of air pollution on human health have shown scientific evidence for the detrimental effects of air pollutants, including environmental toxins which may become blood-borne and translocate to tissues such as the liver, brain and kidney. Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: History and impacts of microplastic pollution in UK salt marshes

Microplastics have been observed around the world in marine, coastal, freshwater and estuarine environments. Microplastics are taken up by organisms and transferred up the food chain which has implications for the health of coastal ecosystems. Read more

Genetic and environmental factors conferring susceptibility to adverse respiratory impacts of air pollution

Wellcome Trust Studentship. Project. The impacts of air pollution are well recognised in terms of increased mortality but there is much less evidence available in terms of morbidity and potential modifying factors and surprisingly few studies on the impact on the lung. . Read more

Improving indoor air quality through behaviour change

Air pollution is considered to be responsible for more than 28,000 deaths each year in the UK alone, and long-term exposure to air pollution is associated with higher rates of cardiovascular and respiratory illness, birth-defects and neuro-degenerative disorders (Laverge et al., 2015). Read more

Planting for silence: the role of hedging in mitigating noise pollution

This is an exciting PhD opportunity to work on an interdisciplinary project drawing on the world-leading expertise at the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) and the Acoustics Research Centre, University of Salford. Read more

Quantifying the impact of air pollution on natural ventilation capacity

Natural ventilation is often considered to be the most energy efficient and sustainable solution for ventilating a building, with the potential to reduce the energy cost required for air conditioning. Read more

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