`Fundamentals of Aerosol Science' training organized.
LAHORE -- An exposure visit to different academic institutions of England and international training for environmental health has been piloted for students of Zoology Department led by Associate Professor Dr Zulfiqar Ali, sponsored by British Council in Transnational Education Programme. The training entitled "Fundamentals of Aerosol Science" was organized by the Aerosol Society.
The lectures of Prof Jonathan P. Reid University of Bristol Introduction and Fundamentals, Prof Ian Colbeck University of Essex Electrical Properties of Aerosol, Dr Keri Nicoll University of Reading Optical Properties of Aerosol TBA Analysis Techniques and Instrumentations, Dr Markus Kalberer University of Cambridge Environmental Sampling, Dr Simon Parker Defense Science & Technology Laboratory Aerosol Thermodynamics and and Kinetics, Prof Jonathan P Reid University of Bristol the Aerosol Science of Inhalation Therapy, Dr Darragh Murnane Universty of Hertfordshire were attended. After training students visited different ecological laboratories of University of Essex and met with different professors and research, the climate change and coral reef developments and aerosol laboratories were special to mention.
The visit of Natural History Museum, Science Museum and Grant Museum of Zoology in London to observe the past and present collections and scientific innovations was extremely useful.
The students also learned from the visit of Linnaean Society of London that was a great inspiration to see excellent work of work of in Pamela Laboratory of UCL and questioned about current research going on different issues, they have also discussed their personal projects with Prof Luiza Campos and Dr Zaheer in UCL. Researchers from Punjab University have also monitored different fractions of aerosol concentrations in UK in intercity buses, at sea side (Clacton on Sea) and in University accommodation to compare the data with different weather parameters and in comparison with
PU Zoology students visit UK century. Along with other activities students attended the research.