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New software lets people check pollution at home

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New software developed by the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) reveals air pollution levels in Bangkok from car exhaust pipes – and how much traffic police and residents are exposed to carcinogenic fumes.

The software records more accurately the amount of toxic substances, making research and subsequent prevention easier for agencies responsible for public health to adopt long-term pollution control and other solutions.

The NIBRA software, jointly developed by NIDA and Bara Scientific Co Ltd, will be able to be downloaded later this year for the public.

Read more: The Nation


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