The iScape research project, led by CONNECT investigator Dr Francesco Pilla at UCD, was mentioned during the 2016 Michael Littleton Memorial Lecture broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1 on New Year’s Eve.
The lecture, entitled “Citizens of the world: The power of connectedness in an age of alienation”, was delivered by Professor Louise Richardson, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford.
Francesco’s iScape project which aims to deliver better air quality in several European cities was described as a “perfect example of how modern European research works”.
The lecture can now be listened to at this link http://rte.ie/r.html?rii=b9_10665347_0__ with Francesco’s research project described from ca. 14 minutes.
Full details of the iScape project are available here.
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