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Texas varsity will monitor city’s air (Bangalore Mirror)

Jul 08, 2019

A team of four researchers from University of Texas (UT) are in the city to map the air quality (PM 2.5 levels) at 60 different locations in the city for over a year. The team has already shortlisted 14 locations in the city including MS Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences in Peenya, Heritage International School in HBR Layout, BM English School, CMR Institute of Technology, Brindavan Group of Institutions, Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP), along with a few residences. They will begin next week.

 

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