Spotlight on Science
- HSL's New Chair of PEROSH Science Steering Group
HSL's Director of Science, Dr Andrew Curran, has been selcted as
the new Chair of PEROSH's Scientific Steering Group (SSG).
coordinates and cooperates on European research and development in
occupational safety and health. It is a high-level...
- The Burden of Occupational Cancer in Britain
On 20th June 2012, the British Journal of Cancer published a supplement of 13 papers* that summarise the results of a seven-year programme of collaborative work to estimate the number of cancer cases and deaths caused by exposure to carcinogens
- BOHS President Acknowledges HSL
HSL's scientific excellence and willingness to share expertise
was recently acknowledged by the President of the BOHS in the
society's February newsletter.
Alexander Bianchi commented that a presentation on nanohazards
given by HSL's Dr Garry...
- Romanian Research Assessment
Dr Brian Crook, technical lead for Microbiology at HSL, has
recently returned from Romania where he took part in an assessment
exercise of the biology departments of five Universities.The aim of
the project, which was co-finanaced through the European...
- Occupational Medicine Journal-HSL Special Edition
The Society of Occupational Medicine have dedicated an
entire edition of the Occupational Medicine Journal to HSL's
The August issue celebrates 100...
- Double Medal Winning Papers
Current and past members of HSL staff have been awarded
medal by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) for
their involvement in exceptional published papers.
IChemE medals recognise achievement and exceptional work across
- Invitation to Action in Research Seminar
On 25 November 2010, PEROSH will host
a seminar on Research in Action. Removing the gap between research
and practical prevention in Brussels. The PEROSH seminar will
invite leading European researchers and policymakers to discuss the
- Hydrogen as an Alternative Fuel
Since the 1970's NASA has used liquid hydrogen to propel the
space shuttle and other rockets into orbit. Hydrogen fuel cells
power the shuttle's electrical systems, producing a clean byproduct
- pure water, which the crew drinks. Hydrogen...
- HSL's First Professor
HSL's Chief Medical Officer and Co-Director of the Centre for Workplace
Health, David Fishwick has been awarded an
Honorary Professorship at the University of Sheffield.
David, who specialises in occupational
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