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Seminar: Charged Polymer Membranes for Water Purification

Professor Benny Freeman from the University of Texas will present a seminar. Professor Freeman is a Fulbright Fellow and while the abstract sounds tech-heavy, it will be catered towards a general audience. Title: Ion Sorption, Diffusion and Transport in Charged Polymer Membranes When: 4:00pm, Monday, April 24, 2017 Where: Rennie Lecture Theatre Cost: Free Abstract Charged […]

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4 Reasons why your PhD will benefit from OzEWEX

In December 2016, the Intelligent Water Decisions Group had three PhD students participate in the prestigious OzEWEX Summer Institute. They discovered that the Summer Institute was really beneficial. Read on to find out why.   What is the OzEWEX Summer institute? The acronym OzEWEX stands for the Australian Energy and Water Exchanges initiative. It is […]

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New Ground-breaking Software for Water Systems Developed

A new sophisticated software has been developed by the Intelligent Water Decisions Group to help manage our most precious resource: water. Researchers from the Intelligent Water Decisions Group have developed the Pumping Operation for Alternative Water Sources (POAWS) software, which is designed to assist organisations in the complex management of water. The software was developed […]

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Why are scenarios one of the best tools for planning?

Thinking about the future in decision making and planning processes is critical. In this article we look at one of the best tools to do this: Scenario planning. Thinking about the future reveals many questions When we think about how our own lives will change in the future, it is full of uncertainties. Missed or […]

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Intelligent Water Decisions research group making waves

Water is our most precious resource and one that needs careful and thoughtful management. Intelligent Water Decisions is a group to do just that – to transform the practice of water management through world-leading research. The group is coordinated by several researchers at the University of Adelaide, and is led by Associate Professor Seth Westra. To date, they have […]

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Vodcast: The volatile future of Australia’s water

In the World Economic Forum’s recently released 2015 global risk assessment, the threat identified as having the greatest potential impact was “water crises”. As our population grows and climate changes, the effective management of water resources will become increasingly critical; not just for the survival of communities and industries, but entire regions. So how should […]

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Waterisk – A Research Tuesdays Forum

In the World Economic Forum’s recently released 2015 global risk assessment, the threat identified as having the greatest potential impact was “water crises”. As our population grows and climate changes, the effective management of water resources will become increasingly critical; not just for the survival of communities and industries, but entire regions, with so-called “water […]

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Global challenge to ensure access to clean and safe water

A report of the Open Working Group of the United Nations General Assembly on Sustainable Development Goals was submitted to the Assembly in August 2014, and contained 17 goals with 169 targets covering a broad range of sustainable development issues. The UN Chronicle commissioned papers to take a closer look at those proposed sustainable development […]

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Water Wednesday podcast available

The podcast from the presentation by Professor David Chittleborough and Professor Graeme Dandy is now available for download. The Water Research Centre in conjunction with the Australian Water Association SA Branch presented a special Water Wednesday featuring Professor David Chittleborough from the School of Earth & Environmental Sciences and Professor Graeme Dandy from the School […]

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Water Wednesday: What the world should know about water

The Water Research Centre in conjunction with the Australian Water Association SA Branch would like to invite you to a special Water Wednesday on Wednesday 10 July 2013, celebrating the stellar careers of Professor David Chittleborough and Professor Graeme Dandy. With the impending retirements of Professor David Chittleborough from the School of Earth & Environmental […]

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