New research will study impact of air pollution on brain development

Green sign with white text reading 'Ultra low emission zone'. Smaller black text on white background 'At all times'
Funding provided by Barts Charity and the Mayor of London will support the Children’s Health in London and Luton (Chill) Cognition study, a three-year study to look at whether better air qualityas a result of reduced traffic improves brain development reports the Daily Mail. Scientists from Queen Mary University, Imperial College London, and the Universities of Bedfordshire, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Leeds and Southern California are all involved in the research, as well as teams from the Bradford Institute for Health Research.