The SAQN has reviewed feedback from network members and points of discussion raised at our initial meeting, and agreed the following actions for the network to pursue: Future events For future events we will continue to prioritise venues with convenient location and good accessibility, as far as budget will allow. Online discussion space We will … Continue reading Outcomes and Actions from SAQN Launch Meeting
Our pre-launch survey closed in January, and was completed by 202 people. Our report shows some of the information we gathered and how we are using this to inform our plans for the network. Thank you to all those who completed the survey and shared their views with us. To view the report in detail, … Continue reading Pre-Launch Survey Analysis
In our launch meeting, our members spoke about the number of other air quality networks operating in the UK, the risk of too many meetings and overlap of subjects. We would like to create a map of air quality networks so that we can better understand the landscape, offer more signposting to our members to … Continue reading Tell us which networks are relevant to air quality
Applications are now open to SAQN members for our Travel Grants scheme. Travel grants are offered for activity that will enable network members to build collaborations, make new connections, take advantage of STFC capabilities and assist them in proposal development. Members may apply for funding for travel, accommodation, subsistence and training/registration fees where needed. Travel … Continue reading Travel Grant Applications Now Open
News from SAQN member Felix Leach regarding an upcoming event that may be of interest to the network: "I want to invite you to the inaugural Oxford Air Quality Meeting, to be held in Oxford on 10 Jan 2020. The aim of the meeting is to bring together the air quality community with the combustion … Continue reading Event: Oxford Air Quality Meeting, 10 Jan 2020
To inform network activity and events, we have created a pre-launch survey. We would like responses from a wide interdisciplinary community, so we encourage anyone with an interest in air quality to complete the survey. Please share the survey link widely with colleagues.