Geography, geology and environment at Brighton

Caroline Lucas opens new advanced air quality monitoring station

The University of Brighton has set up a £250,000 advanced air quality monitoring station, the first of its kind in the UK dedicated to the detection of harmful nano-sized particles and their gaseous precursors. Brighton MP, Caroline Lucas, officially opened the station on Friday (18 December) and praised the university for its “trailblazing” research. “One…

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National recognition for our work

Work being led by scientists Professor Huw Taylor and Dr James Ebdon, based in our Geography, Geology and Environment division, won national recognition at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2015 held at the Grosvenor House Hotel on 28 November. The project was ‘Highly Commended’ at the THE awards in the International Collaboration of the…

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