A spin-out company is pioneering the use of bacteria that literally eat the toxic by-products of high-tech engineering. Read the research impact case study to find out more about this innovative form of wastewater treatment developed by researchers at the Department of Engineering Science.
This is the first event of the Water Management & Markets Global Opportunities and Threats (GOTO) theme from the Saïd Business School. Leading academics and practitioners from the water sector will convene to discuss the science, management and governance of water; technological innovations; and how individuals can connect to the issue and create change. Open to all Oxford University students, staff and alumni.
Three water talks feature in the Regulation Discussion Group this term, organised by the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies.
This webinar, featuring Professor Robert Hahn from the Smith School of Environment and Enterprise, will offer an overview of behavioral economics; provide a primer on how water management professionals can benefit from doing randomised controlled trials, and summarise some actual experiments. We will then have a conversation about ways academics might partner with you to test, design and deliver innovative and effective water programmes for the public.