Ugandan researchers develop low cost sensors to track air pollution

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KAMPALA (Reuters) – Ugandan researchers have developed low-cost air quality monitoring sensors that work in extreme conditions and will allow Uganda to switch from expensive imported monitors in its bid to tackle rising air pollution. Kampala, Uganda’s capital home to two million people, ranks among the World’s most polluted cities, with pollution levels up to seven times higher than the World Health Organisation’s safe standards, according to the 2021 World Air Quality Report. Engineer Bainomugisha, who leads the research at Makerere University in Kampala, said the team had been motivated by …

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