Invisible Dust

London | Sunday 22 October
Pollution level: Moderate

Solving Urban Challenges with Data in Manchester


31/03/2016

  In October 2015 Manchester launched a yearlong research project which aims to help Manchester’s transport chiefs improve air...

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Catalytic Clothing and Photocatalytic Pavements


30/03/2016

  Together artist and designer Professor Helen Storey and scientist Professor Tony Ryan are making innovations in wearable technology....

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The black Peppered Moth gives a flavor of air pollution


30/03/2016
Kasia Molga, The Human Sensor Project, 2016

© Kasia Molga, The Human Sensor Project, 2016   The black Peppered Moth provides a fascinating case study of...

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71% want London Mayor to tackle air pollution


16/03/2016

A recent ICM survey, commissioned by Here Now in the run up to the 2016 London Mayoral elections, displays...

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Air Patrol: Pigeons and People


16/03/2016

Methods of tackling and monitoring air pollution are forever evolving. This week technology company Plume Labs launched a new...

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Every breath we take: the lifelong impact of air pollution


07/03/2016
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A new report by the Royal College of Physicians confirms earlier research, showing how  damage from air pollution can...

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Mariele Neudecker and Klaus Thymann’s Greenland Expedition in the Guardian


02/03/2016
Mariele Neudecker, Some Things Happen All At Once, 2016

The Guardian have done a piece featuring Mariele Neudecker, whose work is part of Invisible Dust’s contribution to the...

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Call out for costume designer volunteers for Human Sensor


18/03/2016
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Call out for costume designer volunteers with good craft skills in hand stitching to help construct wearable technology for...

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