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The air that you breathe indoors may be dangerous to your health. How can we make indoor environments safer? Apply aerobiological engineering principles to buildings to control the bioaerosols in our indoor environments. Retrofit old buildings or specifically design new buildings to control airborne microbes. Develop regulatory standards for indoor environments. Become educated about sources and transmission routes of airborne pathogens.

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    control,NSDL,indoor,airborne disease,bacteria,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20110607200102344T,microbes,healthy building,health,Life Science,breathe,green building,NSDL_SetSpec_BEN,virus,bioaerosols,allergen,infection risk (IR),mold spore,aerobiological engineering,Ecology, Forestry and Agriculture,air,airborne pathogens,Geoscience

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