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Andrew Rimmer • 1 year ago

Looks like an obvious solution but for the uninitiated - if you detect a fume event what action can you take?

John Hoyte • 1 year ago

Well if they could monitor carbon monoxide in the middle of WW 2 on RAF fighters - they can measure poison in passenger airlines in 2017 - at last!!! Great work Prof Jeremy Ramsden - a truly decent scientist.

Dallas McIntosh • 1 year ago

I'm sure the Airlines are going to try banning this. It's a genius idea and urgently needed