Improving indoor air quality for a healthier home and Europe

INQUIRE

Project Description

Enabling homes to realise zero pollution holds multiple health benefits for all Europeans – especially our children. This is the goal of the EU-funded INQUIRE project. It will provide the knowledge, tools and measures needed to significantly enhance indoor air quality. Research on hazardous determinants and their sources, risk factors and effects will focus in particular on infants and young children up to 5 years old. The work will include non-invasive sampling and monitoring of over 200 homes in eight countries over the course of 1 month. Results will inform evidence-based recommendations and support beneficial exploitation by industry and policymakers.

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Welcome to Andrew Tromans from @scilifelab, who joins the @INQUIRE_EU team working at @StockholmUni. Andrew is a laboratory assistant working on extracting #PDMS #passive air samplers using accelerated solvent extraction 🥳

#IDEAL_Cluster #IAQ #PDMS #ASE #PLE #LCMS

Great news from @InChildHealthEU! 💡

As part of Citizen Science activities, the project's initiative raised awareness on indoor air quality in schools and empowered young scientists to be active on the issue of #IAQ 🏫

Learn more about the initiative ➡️

🚀 #SynAirG completed the first #AirQuality #monitoring campaign in a #school in #Athens

Discover more: https://synairg.eu/school-campaign-in-athens-2024

#IDEALCluster #IAQ #HorizonEurope #EnvironmentalHealth #Asthma #Allergies #Children #Zografou

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Funding

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This work was co-funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) under the UK government’s Horizon Europe funding guarantee [grant number 10038689 and 10042425].

Co-funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

The work received funding support from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) [NHMRC; 2022/GNT2017837].