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February 13, 2002
Mystery death of scientist
were last night trying to unravel the circumstances in which a leading
university research scientist was found dead at his blood-spattered and
apparently ransacked home.
The body of Ian Langford, 40, a senior Fellow at the
University of East Anglia's Centre for Social and Economic Research on
the Global Environment, was discovered on Monday night by police and
ambulancemen. The body was naked from the waist down and partly wedged
under a chair. It is understood that doors to the terraced house were
A post-mortem examination failed to establish how Dr
Langford, who lived alone in the house in Norwich, died.
Dr Langford began working at the university in 1993
after gaining his PhD in childhood leukaemia and infection following a
first-class honours degree in environmental sciences. He worked most
recently as a senior researcher assessing risk to the environment.
Professor Kerry Turner, director of the centre, said:
"We are all very shocked by this appalling news. Ian was without doubt
one of Europe's leading experts on environmental risk, specialising in
links between human health and environmental risk. He was known for his
work on the effects on health of bathing water and air pollution, for
example. He was one of the most brilliant colleagues I have ever had."
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