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Article ID: 702141

FAU I-SENSE and K-Rain Team Up to Take Water Irrigation Solutions to the Next Level

Florida Atlantic University

FAU I-SENSE and K-Rain, a third generation privately-held company, have entered into a three-phase partnership to work on intelligent irrigation components that will be sold throughout major distribution channels.

15-Oct-2018 9:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 701944

How Drought and Other Extremes Impact Water Pollution

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

One in 10 Americans depends on the Colorado River for bathing and drinking. Last fall’s record-high temperatures reduced Colorado snowpack in winter 2018 to 66 percent of normal, sparking concern over water shortages downstream and leaving water managers fearful of a repeat. Berkeley Lab hydrological science expert Bhavna Arora explains how unseasonably warm weather and drought can affect water quality.

10-Oct-2018 11:30 AM EDT

Article ID: 700832

Will Business Secrecy Keep Defeating the Public’s Right to Know on Food Safety?

Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL)

In 2017, more than one million Europeans asked the European Commission to ban glyphosate and to ensure the publication of all industry-funded studies used to back up regulatory decisions on pesticides.

26-Sep-2018 9:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 700672

E. coli’s Adaptation to Extreme Temperatures Helps Explain Resistance to Certain Drugs

Santa Fe Institute

A new study suggests that defenses against extreme temperatures give E. coli bacteria an advantage in fending off certain drugs. The work could help doctors administer antibiotics in a more precise way.

17-Sep-2018 4:05 PM EDT

Article ID: 700285

Earthquake in China Linked to Reservoir Water

Saint Louis University Medical Center

SLU scientists report that reservoir water played a role in causing earthquakes in the Three Gorges Reservoir Region of China.

10-Sep-2018 4:15 PM EDT

Article ID: 699594

WVU professor part of international effort to predict where cholera will strike next

West Virginia University

Antar Jutla, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at West Virginia University, is part of a British-led humanitarian team that is working to predict and prevent a major outbreak of cholera in war-torn Yemen.

27-Aug-2018 1:05 PM EDT

Article ID: 699119

Researchers Find New Way of Removing Metal From Water

Cornell College

Throughout the summer, you could often find Ben Hewson sharing his notes with Professor Charley Liberko in the chemistry lab during the Cornell Summer Research Institute (CSRI).

27-Aug-2018 12:30 PM EDT
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    21-Aug-2018 5:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 698305

Portable Freshwater Harvester Could Draw Up to 10 Gallons Per Hour From the Air

American Chemical Society (ACS)

For thousands of years, people in the Middle East and South America have extracted water from the air to help sustain their populations. Drawing inspiration from those examples, researchers are now developing a lightweight, battery-powered freshwater harvester that could someday take as much as 10 gallons per hour from the air, even in arid locations. They say their nanofiber-based method could help address modern water shortages due to climate change, industrial pollution, droughts and groundwater depletion.

7-Aug-2018 8:05 AM EDT

Article ID: 699118

Jefferson Project Monitoring Harmful Algal Bloom on Skaneateles Lake

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

The world’s most advanced environmental monitoring system – developed through The Jefferson Project at Lake George – is being used to understand and protect Skaneateles Lake, a central New York drinking water source now threatened by toxic algae.

16-Aug-2018 2:05 PM EDT

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