- Dr Edwin R. Lampugnani
Molecular Biologist and Senior Research Fellow, School of BioSciences, Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne; Member, Melbourne Pollen Count Team
Exploring the air we breathe
University of Melbourne researchers are probing the microscopic particles in Melbourne's air to understand how allergens in our environment affect our health.
Melbourne’s pollen riddle
Melbournians know well how grass pollen triggers hay fever and asthma, but University of Melbourne scientists find ‘other’ pollen can be more abundant in air
Severity of Melbourne’s grass pollen season hanging on rain
An average looking Melbourne pollen season could yet be made heavier by late spring rain, University of Melbourne experts warn hay fever and asthma sufferers.
Thunderstorm asthma: Counting pollen to save lives
With the 2016 thunderstorm asthma event still fresh in our memories, the University of Melbourne provides data to help hay fever sufferers manage their symptoms
The sticky business of pollen counting
The team behind the Melbourne Pollen Count is based at the University of Melbourne's School of BioSciences