This project will investigate the impacts of different types of pollen on hospital admissions and human disease.
A key element of the study’s first phase will be to examine admission figures when levels of pollen are at their highest.
The research will then consider the effects that pollen related problems can have on hospital admissions for other diseases. These admissions commonly take place after the pollen peak and include:
The Centre has partnered with the UK Met Office to conduct this project, which will use pollen data from 12 monitoring sites across the UK.
This project will address the government’s need for greater understanding of how investing in the environment can benefit health and wellbeing.
The Inclusivity Project is a research and innovation programme aiming to increase diversity, wellbeing and prosperity within small businesses.
Members of the ECEHH are collaborating with tech start-up SageTech to estimate the economic and environmental impacts of capturing and recycling anaesthetic gases.