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Trinity joins EU urban air-quality project

Trinity College Dublin is the latest participant in an EU project called iSCAPE that will attempt to use smart technologies to reduce air pollution and improve urban air quality.

The university received a €6-million grant from Horizon 2020 and joins partner cities in Germany, Italy, Finland, Belgium and the UK on the three-year Improving the Smart Control of Air Pollution in Europe project due to start this summer, the university announced on 28 January.

Engineers at the School of Engineering and the Connect Centre at Trinity have described the project as using “next-generation environmental living labs”.

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