Future of Water Infrastructure and Innovation Summit Workshop Report

Energy and water systems are interdependent, and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has invested in energy and water for several years, including the Energy-Water Desalination Hub (led by the National Alliance for Water Innovation, NAWI), and research and development (R&D) in resource recovery…
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ATE | Outreach Tips

Setting Outreach Goals for 2021 As the start of a new year, January offers the perfect opportunity to take stock of your project’s or center’s outreach efforts, make changes, and set new goals. Offering an avenue to promote your team’s innovative work and make professional connections within…
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Free Virtual Conference: Earthx

This virtual conference is designed to increase awareness of the important role that oceans play in our daily lives. The goal of our two days is to stimulate greater corporate, government and inland support to protect our oceans.   Tuesday, June 9th: 1:00PM – 5:30PM CST Wednesday, June 10…
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Next Decade: 5 Major Trends Impacting the Water Industry

Excerpt from Article: The Water Industry is set to embrace several changes in the coming years due to rapid urbanization. Severe climate changes, rising customer demands, and emerging digital technologies. These changes will present businesses with a complex set of challenges that could be worth ad…
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Study Finds Contaminated Drinking Water in 43 States

A new report by the non-profit Environmental Working Group and Northeastern University finds people in nearly every state in the country are exposed to unhealthy drinking water. According to the researchers, 43 states have locations, including drinking water sites, contaminated with PFAS chemicals.
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Nahant Marsh Highlighted in Scientific American Magazine

One of ATEEC’s partners, Nahant Marsh, was recently highlighted in the Scientific American magazine article, “Along the Mighty Mississippi, Cities Swap Sandbags for Marshes.” Excerpt from article: ‘Doing Exactly What It’s Supposed To Do’ Davenport, Iowa, located a few hu…
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A one-step catalyst turns nitrates into water and air at Rice University

From the original article: NSF-funded NEWT Center aims for catalytic converter for nitrate-polluted water Engineers at Rice University’s Nanotechnology Enabled Water Treatment (NEWT) Center have found a catalyst that cleans toxic nitrates from drinking water by converting them into air and water.…
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