Poor indoor air quality in workplaces and homes is a major risk to our health, making it essential we improve our scientific knowledge of the dangers of air pollutants like chemicals, says Dr Julie Riggs.

Indoor air quality has gained renewed importance in public awareness, especially in the current time of the coronavirus pandemic. Through fog-filled glasses, condensation on our skin and a rub from the elastic on the back of our ears, we are acutely aware of our breath through our colour co-ordinated masks, consciously considering the make-up of the air we are breathing.

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