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Invisible dust - art and science ventures in air pollution, health and climate change

The largest free UK Science Festival returns with more than 150 events over two weeks.
Invisible dust is part of the Spotlight on Science lecture series.

To explore things you don't see but should, exciting new artworks are being created with scientists, exploring the invisibility of air pollution and its effects on health and the environment. With Professor Peter Brimblecombe, Environmental Sciences, UEA and Alice Sharp, Invisible Dust Curator.


Professor Peter Brimblecombe | talks | www
Alice Sharp | talks | www


Date and Time:

8 March 2010 at 7:30 pm


1 hour



University Centre
16-21 Silver Street

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External Affairs & Communication, University of Cambridge
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