Our first WIRC Water Colloquium of the new academic year will take place on Thursday 16th September @ 1.15pm.

This session will showcase the work of two WIRC PhD researchers, Tomo Homan and Natalie Sims. Their talks will be on: 'Wastewater-Based Epidemiology for Monitoring Community Derived Antibiotics and Resistant Genes' and 'High temporal and spatial resolution modelling of water quality in a lowland, groundwater dominated catchment and the risk to ecosystem function'.

We look forward to seeing you all there and hearing more about the work of our ESR researchers. This event will again take place on Microsoft Teams. Please register beforehand via the Eventbrite page, where you can also read the full abstracts of the papers.

Please note, you must register to attend this free event. Registrations will close on 15th September at 5pm, and a link to the event will be distributed to registrants soon after.

To keep up to date with the WIRC water colloquia series, and the other events hosted by WIRC, follow our Twitter and LinkedIn pages, and email wirc@bath.ac.uk to join our mailing list.

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