Watch: Bioaerosol Characterisation, the Air Microbiome and Covid-19 Transmission Webinar
The air microbiome, especially in light of Covid-19 transmission, can be managed and influenced for environmental and human impact.
Our joint webinar ‘Bioaerosol Characterisation, the Air Microbiome and Covid-19 Transmission’ with the Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering (SCELSE) and Singapore National Biofilm Consortium (SNBC) was designed for anyone in industry and academia with an interest in either studying or directly influencing and intervening in the air microbiome in different contexts and climatic conditions.
The webinar featured presentations on a number of aspects of bioaerosols and the air microbiome and the impact on public health, from the UK and Singapore. Beyond scientific sharings, members of the Singapore COVID-19 Cleaning and Disinfectant Industry Task Force were on hand to share their practical experiences and advice in usage of surface disinfectants during this pandemic.
Four talks from the webinar are now available to watch on this page, and presentations and a Q&A are available to download below.
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Dr Robert Ferguson, BioAirNet/Univeristy of Essex – Characterisation of Bioaerosols.
Dr Jiayu Li, Postdoctoral research fellow, Berkeley Education Alliance for Research in Singapore (BEARS), SinBerBEST program – Study on the size‐resolved relationship between indoor and outdoor fluorescent biological aerosol particles via real-time wideband integrated bioaerosol sensors.
Dr Emma-Jane Goode, Research scientist, Public Health England (PHE) – The role of PHE in air microbiome research.
SG Disinfection Task Force. Francia Solis and Amanda Yeo (Members of COVID-19 Cleaning and Disinfectant Industry Task Force) – Introduction of CDITF and disinfectant industry guidance document.