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Renowned Dutch Microbiologist and expert in water quality and health named Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2024 Laureate

Professor Gertjan Medema, 62 years old, has been awarded the prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2024 for his breakthrough research and discovery, and...

Collaboration extends data analytics tool to energy sector

Norwegian digital analytics company InfoTiles is extending its innovative artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) tool to the energy sector for the first...

Biopharma company benefits from bespoke water treatment system for new lab

Veolia Water Technologies has designed and installed a bespoke centralised water purification system in a newly refurbished laboratory for a Hertfordshire-based biopharma company. The...

Funding to improve biodiversity observation capabilities in UK waters

Innovate UK and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) have announced seven winners receiving a share of £1.3 million. The competition is...

Water for life: Enabling vital medical research through world-class lab water supply

Veolia Water Technologies recently provided lab purification solutions to facilitate the life-saving work carried out by a prestigious University-based research institution. Through early engagement,...

South West Water and University of Exeter make history together with launch of pioneering research centre to tackle global environmental challenges

The £30 million, Net Zero research centre which will tackle global environmental challenges has officially opened its doors. The Centre for Resilience in Environment, Water...

New biotechnology to remove phosphorus from wastewater given funding boost

A novel bio-based process able to remove and recover phosphorus from wastewater – developed by Cranfield University experts - has won almost half a...

Pork producer cuts emissions with onsite sludge treatment

When Britain’s biggest provider of higher welfare pork wanted to reduce processing plant sludge transport costs, WCS Environmental Engineering was not only able to...

Tackling nuisance odour – H2S detection down to single digit ppb level

Able Instruments & Controls has long held the belief that their partner company Ametek Brookfield produces the best-in-class parts per billion hydrogen sulphide analyser,...

WWEM organiser announces visitor registration for the 2024 event is now open

ILM Media, the organiser of Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) taking place this October at the NEC, Birmingham, has announced that the registration...

First Scotland-wide drugs and microplastics test of rivers launched

Environmental scientists at The James Hutton Institute have launched the first nation-wide drug and microplastics test on Scotland’s rivers to help shed light on...

Heriot-Watt scientists to help battle pollution through ‘superhero’ micro-organisms

Tiny ‘superhero’ micro-organisms that have natural abilities in cleaning up our planet are the focus of a new £13m innovation centre involving universities including...

Measuring wave impact pressure in coastal regions

For several years now, global climate change has been leading to an increase in severe storms in coastal regions. These storms are affecting the...

Flow insights lower the cost of water-saving

Industrial companies and commercial building owners wanting to reduce waste to improve cost efficiency and save water, must become smarter in their operations, writes...

Aston University receives a £10m Research England grant to establish the Aston Institute for Membrane Excellence

Aston University will establish the Aston Institute for Membrane Excellence (AIME), a globally unique, cross-disciplinary institute to develop novel biomimetic membranes, after receiving a...

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