How Perth’s real-time pollen monitoring is transforming understanding of allergy risks

Until 12 months ago, Perth only had access to daily pollen count data, created by researchers looking at a daily sample under a microscope. But in November 2022, researchers at Curtin University installed an automated monitor to collect air samples and take holographic images of pollen “in-flight”.


Read the full article from ABC Radio Perth below.



Originally published by ABC Radio Perth – 26 Nov 2023

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