On World Water Day, Flinders research to help some of the world’s poorest communities safely recycle their waste water is being presented at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle.
Flinders wastewater expert Professor Howard Fallowfield is joining more than 20 of the world’s leading experts, all specially selected by the UNESCO & the Foundation to contribute to the “Global Water Pathogen Project (GWPP) Case Study Team Meeting”, as they seek to support and improve global waste water recycling efforts.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has awarded research by the Flinders School of the Environment a top 10 spot in its ranking of 75 entries in the Nutrient Recycling Challenge.
Flinders environmental health honours graduate Jordan Phasey attended a forum for the top researchers in Washington DC, and also received an award at a reception at the White House.
Ten early-career researchers have been acknowledged by the Flinders University Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Stirling.
Dr Harriet Whiley, School of the Environment (Environmental Health);
Freshwater resources beneath the ocean that may play a major role in the future water supply of Australian coastal cities will be a focus of the Future Fellowship awarded to Flinders University’s Professor Adrian Werner.