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01 January 2012 New Year, New People!
A New Years welcome to Professor David Phillips who has recently joined us from the Institute of Cancer Research.
01 January 2012 Professor Kelly on the World Service
Professor Kelly spoke to the BBC World Service programme 'Health Check' in December 2011 about the smog in Beijing and it's effect on the populations health.
01 January 2012 Professor Kelly appointed COMEAP Chairman
Professor Kelly has recently been appointed as Chairman of the Committee for the Medical Aspects of Air Pollution (COMEAP)
13 January 2012 Professor Williams in Science
Professor Williams, as part of an international collaboration, publishes in Science on how to target pollution sources to slow global warming.
16 January 2012 Professor Kelly on Olympic Air Quality
Professor Kelly comments on The Independent newspapers story about possible air quality issues during the Olympics.
18 January 2012 ERG Flying High - Again!
Staff in the Environmental Research Group have been successful in applying for more NERC-funded flying time over London
19 January 2012 London 2012 unveils Anti-Doping Laboratory
LOCOG unveils the WADA accredited anti-doping laboratory which will operate during the London 2012 Games (led by a partnership between GSK and King's).
24 January 2012 Professor Rappaport at King's
Professor Steve Rappaport of Berkeley will give a seminar in the Division on 22 February 2012.
24 January 2012 Fingerprinting a fingerprint
Dr Barron, Dr Smith and Elizabeth Gilchrist's new paper has been chosen for promotion on the front cover of Analyst (Royal Society of Chemistry).
24 January 2012 ERG work featured on Inside Out London
Staff from the Environmental Research Group were featured as part of the prime time BBC show 'Inside Out London' which aired on 23 Jan 2012.
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3 February 2012 Editorship of Science & Justice (Elsevier) comes to AES
Dr Leon Barron of the Forensic Sciences Group is elected editor of the Journal of Science & Justice.
16 February 2012 Prof Kelly speaking in Brigton
Professor Frank Kelly will be speaking at the Brighton Science Festival on the topic of 'Invisible Dust' on Saturday 18 February 2012.
21 February 2012 BBC Article on Climate Change
BBC Environment Correspondent Richard Black reports on the results of a Science paper co-authored by the Divisions Professor Williams.
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05 March 2012 Latest Issue of AirMail
The latest issue of ERG's AirMail newsletter contains stories on the Sustainable City Awards 2012, the Rewired State Hackday at the GLA, Camden's new Air Quality Strategy and many other interesting articles.
06 March 2012 Modelling of Olympics Air Quality
Outputs from the Modelling Team of the Environmental Research Group feature in a TFL Report which is featured on the BBC News website.
16 March 2012 Dr Fuller comments in The Guardian
Dr Gary Fuller provides expert insight into a Guardian newspaper article on London's recent high levels of air pollution.
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05 April 2012 Dr Kicman comments on green tea doping claims
Dr Andrew Kicman of the Drug Control Centre commented on a news story that green tea could be used to hide testosterone from standard tests used to spot it.
12 April 2012 Drug Control Centre's Olympic work reported by CNN
20 April 2012 Division staff feature in Guardian Air Pollution video
24 April 2012 WADA approve AES led anti-doping Olympics lab
24 April 2012 Seal of approval for Anti-Doping Lab
The London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) today marked the successful accreditation of the London 2012 Anti-Doping Laboratory.
25 April 2012 ERG provide data for BBC article on London pollution
9 May 2012 Tackling international air pollution
12 June 2012 Diesel fumes classified as carcinogenic
Dr Volker Arlt was a member of the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which today classified diesel engine exhaust as carcinogenic to humans
9 July 2012 Dr Barron awarded PGCAP Prize
Dr Leon Barron was recently awarded first prize for his paper as part of the King's Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice.
15 July 2012 Prof Kelly in The Independant
Professor Kelly talked to The Independant about possible Supreme Court action faced by the government over air pollution
16 July 2012 Prof Kelly in The Guardian
Professor Kelly commented on an article for The Guardian about how Olympic athletes could be impaired by London air pollution
24 July 2012 Prof Kelly in The Independant
Professor Kelly comments on an article in The Independant about exercising and the effect of air pollution on this.
25 July 2012 King's-GSK Olympics Lab to test 6,250 Samples
As part of the Drug Control Centre's work as the official drug testing facility of the London 2012 Olympic Games, more than 150 scientists will analyse a record number of samples.
25 July 2012 Jill Kucab wins UKEMS Award
Jill Kucab recently won a prize for the Best Oral Presentation Award at the Annual Meeting of the United Kingdom Environmental Mutagen Society (UKEMS)
25 July 2012 Olympics Anti-Doping lab featured on Newsnight
The BBC show NewsNight features the Drug Control Centre and has an interview with Professor David Cowan.
27 July 2012 Air pollution website & app for Games visitors
A breath of fresh air for Games visitors and athletes as ERG launch updated website and air pollution apps
9 August 2012 ClearfLo Project featured in Planet Earth Online
The ClearfLo project which is a collaberation between the Division's Environmental Research Group and Reading University is featured.
7 October 2012 Should diesel cars be banned from cities? Pollutionwatch: Is urban cycling bad for our health? Dr Gary Fuller's regular series for the Guardian
9 October 2012 Breathe' animation brings air pollution research to life
An animation of a small boy breathing, created by acclaimed artist Dryden Goodwin in collaboration with King’s air pollution expert Professor Frank Kelly, will illuminate London’s Westminster skyline this month.
25 October 2012 An artist's impression of London's air pollution problem
Monet painted some his best impressionist pictures of the smog-bound Thames and the Houses of Parliament from a second-floor terrace at St Thomas's Hospital. Today they are recognised as pretty accurate representations of London's air pollution at the end of the 19th century.
28 October 2012 Prof Kelly & Prof Williams contribute to London Remade
Members of the Environmental Research Group contribute to the London Remade debate about air quality in London.
30 November 2012 Integrating science and policy to address the impact of air pollution
An article in the journal Science, co-authored by Professor Martin Williams of the Environmental Research Group (ERG) at King’s College London, examines how science and policy have addressed air pollution effects on human health, ecosystems and climate change in Europe.
5 December 2012 Great Smog 60 years on: 'New laws needed to clean London's air'
Sixty years ago thick smog descended on London, contributing to the deaths of an estimated 4,000 people. The four-day "pea-souper", while worse than usual, was a familiar experience for Londoners. Visibility was so poor buses and taxis ground to a halt, forcing commuters to hurry underground to use the Tube.
6 December 2012 David Phillips receives the United Kingdom Molecular Epidemiology Award 2012
On November 30 2012 the United Kingdom Molecular Epidemiology Group (UKMEG; www.meguk.org) held a workshop entitled “Design of Future Molecular Epidemiology Studies and New Biomarkers” at the Waterloo Conference Centre in London.
18 December 2012 Professor Cowan becomes FKC
In recognition of his outstanding contributions to the science of drug testing and control, highlighted by the London 2012 Olympics, King’s college have recently awarded Professor Cowan the title of ‘Fellow of King’s College’ .
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