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  • Thinking Catchments: moving beyond physical asset management

    Research by Chrysoula Papacharalampou, a PhD Research Student in the Sustainable Energy Research Team in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, is featured in both Water Active and the Institute of Water Journal this month. Her research currently being undertaken in collaboration...

  • Water Innovation and Research Centre @ Bath: what, who, why, how?

    This September sees the first talk in a monthly series which will explore the breadth of water research being undertaken at the University of Bath. Title: Water Innovation and Research Centre @ Bath: what, who, why, how? When: Wednesday 23rd...

  • 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...

  • Anaerobic Digestion overview in Water Active

    Dr Tom Arnot, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering, and Ian Law, Technical Manager at GENeco, Wessex Water, give an overview of the collaborative work being done in the area of advanced anaerobic digestion in the latest issue...

  • 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...

  • A review on emerging contaminants in wastewaters and the environment

    A paper has been published by Bruce Petrie, Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Bath and Ruth Barden from Wessex Water in Water Research: Bruce Petrie, Ruth Barden, Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern, A review on emerging contaminants...

  • WISE CDT overview in Water Active

    Dr Tom Arnot, a Co-Director, provides an overview of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Water Informatics: Science and Engineering (WISE) in the latest issue of Water Active. The Centre is a newly funded and innovative research venture...

  • 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...

  • WIRC @ Bath overview in Water Active

    Professor Jan Hofman, Director of WIRC @ Bath, provides an overview of the Centre and wide range of water research and expertise across the University of Bath in the latest issue of Water Active. Water Active is the UK's leading water...

  • WIRC @ Bath is now a member of the Watershare® community

    Watershare® is based on the concept of sharing water knowledge and experience amongst the members of its community. This knowledge is shared by models and methods that are available to the members as user-friendly tools. They have been successfully applied...