I’m doing another Red Nose Day lecture. This time I’m talking all about Air Quality. In Rhyme. Just because it’s important doesn’t mean that we can’t have the occasional (and I do mean occasional) laugh when talking about it.
I’m going to talk about good air and bad air, and then describe how you can get involved and build your own air quality monitors and use them as part of the awesome Connected Humber Monitair project. It might even be interesting and useful, as well as raising some proper cash for great causes.
And David from Eagle Lab Hull is going to bring along some donuts.
The lecture will be at 1:00pm on Friday 15th of March in Lecture Theatre A in the Robert Blackburn Building at the University of Hull
As usual, entry to the lecture will be free, but you may have to pay to get out. And there will be a video. Oh yes. And if I hit my funding target I will wear a tutu. Again.
You can read more about my illustrious Red Nose Day career here.