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  • 10th IWA Biofilm Reactor Conference

    The following blog post was contributed by Benedek Plosz, Reader in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Benedek Plosz has just attended the 10th IWA International Conference on Biofilm Reactors 2017 in Dublin, Ireland. Biofilm processes are key to an increasing...

  • Spring workshops

    The following blog post was contributed by Olivia Bailey, a WISE CDT PhD Resarcher in the Department of Chemical Engineering. British Water: Off-mains Sewerage In March I attended a workshop offered by British Water to address the options and challenges...

  • The Young Water Professionals conference: made by YWPs for YWPs!

    The following blog post was contributed by Ana Lanham from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Marta Coma from the Department of Chemistry. The Water Sector recognised some years ago that it was ageing and that it needed fresh talent...

  • Bath successfully hosts first ever UK Wetskills event

    The following blog post was contributed by Chrysoula Papacharalampou from the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The Water Innovation & Research Centre (WIRC @ Bath) in collaboration with the Wetskills Foundation, have successfully organised the first ever UK edition of the...

  • The Future of UK Coastal Research

    The following blog post was contributed by Chris Blenkinsopp from the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering. The 13th UK Young Coastal Scientists and Engineers Conference (YCSEC) was held at Bath on 11-12th April as part of the University’s 50th...

  • Linking chemical-soil interactions to pollutant fate and transport from soil to water

    This May sees the next talk in the monthly 'Water Colloquium' series organised by WIRC @ Bath exploring the breadth of water research being undertaken at the University of Bath and beyond. Title: Linking chemical-soil interactions to pollutant fate and...

  • A medium term 'crisis' in water? Might Brexit be the answer?

    This May sees the next talk in the monthly 'Water Colloquium' series organised by WIRC @ Bath exploring the breadth of water research being undertaken at the University of Bath and beyond. Title: A medium term 'crisis' in water? Might...

  • WISE Industry Day 2017

    On the 17th March 2017, the WISE CDT held a successful Industry Day which brought together its PhD students with major organisations from the water industry and hydraulic engineering hosted by HR Wallingford, an independent engineering organisation that specialises in...

  • The effects of oxygen availability and turbulence on water quality in lakes and reservoirs

    This March sees the next talk in the monthly 'Water Colloquium' series organised by WIRC @ Bath exploring the breadth of water research being undertaken at the University of Bath. Title: The effects of oxygen availability and turbulence on water quality...

  • Special WIRC PhD Colloquium

    At this special WIRC colloquium, we are exicted to introduce Mr Qiang Chen and Miss Olivia Cooke, both PhD students at the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, University of Bath. When Thursday 16th February 2017 at 1.15pm Where Room...