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Inhalation August 2022 7 Aerosol Society, to establish a new Centre for Doctoral Training in Aerosol Science with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sci- ence Research Council (EPSRC). e Centre will catalyze the syn- ergies that exist across the disci- pline for new solutions to today's research challenges, aiming to transform the landscape of research and education in aerosol science in the UK, and indeed, globally. See For more information on the Aerosol Society and its activities, visit tinues to deliver its series of focus meetings, training events, prizes, grants and an annual conference. e Aerosol Society has over 1,000 current members from academia and industry. In 2021, we hosted the European Aerosol Conference with more than 750 registrants from 47 countries and more than 600 abstracts. In a major boost for UK aero- sol science, a consortium of the UK's leading researchers in aero- sol science have partnered with 45 industrial and public sector bod- ies, including the UK and Ireland globe working in academia, industry, public service or other scientific establishments. e winner of this award will have demonstrated significant scien- tific accomplishment or inno- vation during the early stages of their career in inhalation science (within 15 years from achieving their PhD). At the conference, the winner will be announced and give a presen- tation describing their research achievements. • e New Researcher Network. Following the successful launch in 2019, the conference will once again host onsite net- working events organized by the network. e aim of the New Researcher Network is to develop a broad community of early career scientists and facilitate discussion surround- ing research ideas/challenges, exchanges, joint projects, and personal and professional devel- opment. New and early career researchers from both academia and industry, as well as PhD students, are encouraged to participate in this group, which has expanded to include a net- working LinkedIn group: www. The Aerosol Society— Bringing academia, research and industry together for more than 30 years Aerosol science is at the heart of a convergence of challenges affect- ing society, including controlling airborne pathogen transmission, reducing uncertainties in climate predictions, delivery of drugs to the lungs and the creation of new materials. In particular, the ongo- ing pandemic has placed aerosol science at the forefront of policy, industry and the public eye in a way that it has perhaps never been before. Advancing the knowledge of air- borne particles for more than 30 years, e Aerosol Society con-

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