New project is a breath of fresh air for Bradford school kids

University of Leeds researchers are taking part in a new Born in Bradford project with primary school children across the city – to measure levels of pollution and its impact on health.


The landmark Born in Bradford (BiB) research programme, based at Bradford Royal Infirmary, has launched the ‘BiB Breathes’ study, which is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).

The study has been set up in response to plans by Bradford Council to introduce a Clean Air Zone in Bradford to try to reduce levels of pollution in the city.

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