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  • 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...

  • New Chair appointed to lead Bath water research

    The University of Bath has appointed Professor Jan Hofman to lead its new Water Innovation & Research Centre: WIRC@Bath. A chemical engineer with 25 years of experience working in the water sector, Professor Hofman joins the University in March 2015...

  • 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?...

  • Researchers to use algae to clean up mine water

    We can announce today that our researchers are part of a ground breaking GW4 research project that aims to clean up water from a Cornish tin mine, using algae to harvest the precious heavy metals and produce biofuel at the...

  • New Water Innovation and Research Centre Approved

    The Board of Studies of the Faculty of Engineering & Design has approved the establishment of a Water Innovation and Research Centre at the University: WIRC @ Bath. The new Centre will provide a unique environment in which research into...

  • 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...

  • Electric bugs used to detect water pollution

    In a new report out today, a team of researchers from our Department of Chemical Engineering have developed a low-cost device that could be used in developing countries to monitor the quality of drinking water in real time without costly...

  • An interview with Colin Skellett

    Colin Skellett is Chief Executive of Wessex Water and Chairman of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Today our Research and Innovation Services team talk to Colin about enterprise in the South West. Read the full interview here: http://www.bath.ac.uk/ris/news/newsarchive/2013/colin-skellett.html

  • Making waves in water research

    The University of Bath has published a new summary of its water research today, demonstrating how its researchers are working extensively with the water industry to address the major challenges faced by the sector. We know that water is the...

  • Water shortages still likely to affect UK food security

    A new piece of research from the University has found that despite us experiencing the wettest winter for 250 years, water shortages are still likely to be a problem in Britain. The paper, published today in Climate Research journal by...