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London | Sunday 17 February
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New project: Invisible Heat


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‘Invisible Heat’ focuses on the health effects of climate change.

We are experiencing a big heatwave at the moment as climate scientists are already predicting warmer summers and colder winters.

Artists Adam Chodzko, Semiconductor, Gordon Cheung, Kasia Molga, Natalie Jeremijenko and Ellie Harrision are researching the area through collaborations with scientists Professor Paul Wilkinson, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Professor Frank Kelly, Environmental Health, King’s College London and Professor Kevin Anderson, Energy and Climate Change, Tyndall and Manchester University. Together they will explore health and climate models, predictions of future warming and the consequences.

The first project will be Rising by Adam Chodzko at the British Science Festival in September this year.

Invisible Heat’s development is supported by the Wellcome Trust.


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