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Associate Professor Chris Stopford leads the Particle Instruments & Diagnostics research group, housed within the Wolfson Centre for Biodetection and Instrumentation Research, and the Department of Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics. His groundbreaking research focuses on the development and application of advanced optical techniques for the detection and classification of individual airborne microparticles. These innovative methods have wide-ranging applications, including atmospheric science, biodetection, identification of respiratory hazards such as asbestos and crystalline silica, air quality monitoring, and public health.


His group is deeply engaged in the practical application of their research, extending from development and deployment of prototype instruments, to the commercialisation of these technologies.


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