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  • A water trip to Amsterdam

    The following blog post was contributed by Chrysoula Papacharalampou, a PhD Research Student in Mechanical Engineering. It was only a few days ago that I returned back from Amsterdam, where I spent two of the most exciting weeks of my...

  • Water sensor work shorlisted for two Global IChem Awards

    Dr Mirella Di Lorenzo in the Department of Chemical Engineering has been shortlisted for two IChemE Global Awards for her work on water sensors. Her entry '3D printed microbial water sensor' has been shortlisted for both the Water Management and...

  • What can we learn by listening to the ocean?

    In a video of less than 100 seconds, Philippe Blondel explains that activities within the world's oceans create a cacophony of sound that can reveal vast amounts of information about the environment in which the noises are generated. Waves, wind and...

  • US coverage of membrane research

    Dr Darrell Patterson and Dr Davide Mattia, from the Department of Chemical Engineering, have received further international coverage of their EPSRC membrane research grant which has been featured in the Global Spotlight section of the US based publication Water Conditioning...

  • Water research inspires composers

    This month sees the premiere of two new pieces, created through collaboration between scientists at the Universities of Bath and Bristol, and composers from the South West. These compositions were brought about by a new project, lab notes, which convenes...

  • Funding secured to develop next generation membranes

    Researchers from our University have been awarded a £1m Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) grant to research and develop the next generation of long lasting ‘immortal membranes’ that will be able to separate water from problematic particles such...

  • How Bath research could reduce water scarcity in Middle East

    A Jordanian PhD student has come to Bath to investigate how our algae research could help clean wastewater in her country. As one of the most water-poor countries in the world, Jordan’s current water resources fall significantly below the global...

  • Climate change is talking

    Here at Bath our water research is truely multidisplinary. In today’s blog we explore how underwater listening technologies can be used to track the changes in icebergs as they melt. What happens to a glacier when no one is around?...

  • The a-maze-ing Leidenfrost Maze

    While this isn’t strictly a blog about our water research, it does (loosely) involve water so we couldn’t resist sharing it with you! Our colleagues in the Department of Physics here at Bath have been making international headlines with their...