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Wastewater Treatment Pilot Project Being Constructed near Montreal

BioLargo, Inc. announced that its first municipal wastewater treatment demonstration pilot of its AOS and AEC water treatment technologies will take place at a...

Researchers Aim to Fill Knowledge Gap on Stream Flows on Vancouver...

Vancouver Island University (VIU) researchers are taking a deeper look at snow packs in unique alpine forested watersheds on northern Vancouver Island in British...

IAGLR Responds to NSERC Funding Changes, Impacts on Great Lakes

The president of International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR), Michael R. Twiss, PhD., has responded to a change in the structure of the...

Research Chair in Water Treatment Secures Sixth NSERC Funding Term

Peter Huck, a civil and environmental engineering professor and industrial research chair in water treatment, was recently awarded more than $3 million to continue...

Research Aims to Understand Impacts of Forest Fires on Water Quality

North American forest fires have achieved unprecedented scale in 2018. New research funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada’s (NSERC)...

Water Institute Members Receive Over $7.5M in NSERC Grants

Five members of the University of Waterloo’s Water Institute are among the ten researchers campus-wide to receive funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering...

Canadian Science Photo Contest Features Water in its Glory

The shape of water wins Oscars on Hollywood movie screens and is an engaging subject in real life too. Twenty photographs released by Natural...

Improved Measurements of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Lakes

New research supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and Hydro-Quebec has improved the accuracy in measuring the relationship...

NSERC Funds Research to Improve Wastewater at Two Ont. First Nations

Dr. Chris Metcalfe, a professor at the Trent School for the Environment and director of the Institute for Watershed Science, has been awarded $478,800...

Laurier Takes a Lead in Canadian Rivers Institute

The CRI is a leader in applied aquatic science that not only works on issues affecting rivers and estuaries around the world, it works to train the coming generation of aquatic scientists. At Laurier, MacLatchy has three CRI-affiliated graduate scientists working with her.

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