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The Centre's microbiologists have teamed up with Surfers Against Sewage to shed light on how surfers might be affected by antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Different types of green space are likely to have varying effects on health and wellbeing, according to research that recommends the type, quality and context of ‘greenspace’ should be considered in future environment and health studies.
Scientists in Cornwall are making a final appeal for people to take part in research that will shed light on the health effects of marine pollution.
Recreational users of coastal waters such as swimmers and surfers are at risk of exposure to antibiotic resistant bacteria, according to new research published in Environment International.
New research has found that waste water treatment works can increase the levels of antibiotic resistance in rivers and streams.
People living close to the coast in England have higher vitamin D levels than inland dwellers, according to a new study published in the journal Environment International.
The UK should look to lessons learned in the United States to inform its shale gas policy, in order to avoid a number of environmental pitfalls.
A new £1.2million research project is hoping to boost our understanding of how pollution can promote environmental antibiotic resistance.