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  • Soviet nuclear power plants closely connected to rivers

    Flyer introducing WaterCentre@KTH's lunch seminar with Achim Klüppelberg
    Published Nov 23, 2023

    Nuclear power production in the Soviet Union was closely connected to rivers. Many were built next to rivers dammed for construction of the hydro-power plants. But all plans were not finalised. A nuc...

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  • KTH researchers on robots, sailboats, seaweed, and släke in the Baltic Sea Seminar

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    Published Oct 05, 2023

    Several research projects and areas of research at KTH share a common theme: water. Visitors to this year's Baltic Sea Seminar at Kolskjulet, titled 'A Blue Economy Requires the Well-being of the Balt...

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  • New project: Understanding and securing the resilience of forest-based climate change mitigation

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    Photo: Siggy Nowak, Pixabay
    Published Sep 27, 2023

    Management of forests is an important tool to counteract climate change, but the temporal aspect of boreal climate change mitigation is not fully explored or understood. A new collaborative research p...

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  • Lunch seminar on the history of deep sea research

    Published Sep 26, 2023

    In WaterCentre@KTH's latest lunch seminar, Tirza Meyer - a contemporary historian and postdoctoral researcher in the history of media and environment with a specific focus on the history of ocean gove...

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  • KTH, Värmdö meeting at Djurö marine field station

    Published Sep 19, 2023

    The KTH and Värmdö collaboration leadership met to discuss how to continue to develop common interests. The visit included a tour of Djurö marine field station which both parties see a lot of potentia...

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  • Blog post at FLOWs: "Piped drinking water regimes beyond the state: insights from peri-urban Delhi"

    Published Sep 11, 2023

    Timos Karpouzoglou, a researcher on urban water infrastructure at KTH, and two co-writers, have published a blog post on the relation between formal, informal, piped and non-piped water. You can read ...

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  • Empowering the next generation to close the gender gap in the water sector

    Published Aug 29, 2023

    As part of World Water Week 2023, a session was hosted by SIWI and Xylem on empowering the next generation to close the gender gap in the water sector.

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  • PhD student position in water treatment technology at Uppsala University

    Published Aug 29, 2023

    The Uppsala University Department of Earth Sciences is looking for a Ph.D. student to participate in the exploration of the needs, potential, challenges, and sustainability of using recycled wastewate...

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  • New blog post: "Future-proof Urban Waterfront Planning"

    Published Jun 30, 2023

    "As part of the EU program SOS Climate Waterfront, we, Karen Jonkers and Metha Bregman visited on behalf of CPONH, the workshop SOS Climate Waterfront in Sweden.

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  • Study visit from NUS, Singapore

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    Students from NUS Singapore
    Published Jun 09, 2023

    On 1 June 2023, a delegation from the National University of Singapore (NUS) visited KTH Campus and Djurö Marine field station, hosted by WaterCentre@KTH.

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  • City accelerator club event in Stockholm hosted by WaterCentre@KTH

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    Published Jun 05, 2023

    The City Accelerator Club - Baltic Sea network for municipalities is a project from “Race for the Baltic” for municipalities to boost their commitment to the Baltic Sea. They have organized an event f...

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  • New blog post about waste in Stockholm's waterways

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    Photo: Lauren McKee
    Published May 30, 2023

    Researcher and teacher Lauren McKee's students sampled the water in a number of waterways in Stockholm. Using genome sequencing they got in-depth knowledge of what hid in the murky water.

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  • Brown bag seminar on reduction of micropollutants in water

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    Philippe Sauvignet, Veolia. Photo: Joydeep Dutta
    Published May 26, 2023

    In WaterCentre@KTH's latest Brown bag lunch, 22 May 2023, Philippe Sauvignet from Veolia talked about methods to reduce micropollutants in water.

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  • WaterCentre meets KTH President

    Published Dec 22, 2022
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  • Webinar on Constructed wetland systems

    Published Nov 25, 2022

    Presenter Dr. Marco Hartl (M) (PhD., MSc.) has, among other things, been coordinating the world’s largest industrial constructed wetland, which is situated in the middle of the Omani desert.

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  • Open position as Director of Kristineberg Center for Marine Research and Innovation

    Published Nov 21, 2022

    Gothenburg University is hiring a director on 50% to Kristineberg center for marine research and innovation.

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  • IWA International Conference on eco-Technologies for Wastewater Treatment

    Published Nov 21, 2022

    ecoSTP-23 aims to discuss the latest cutting-edge eco-technologies for a sustainable transition in wastewater treatment, reuse, and resource recovery, at urban and industrial scale, giving special att...

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  • KTH coordinator for Hammarby Sjöstadsverket

    Published Oct 26, 2022
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  • Call for Papers

    Published Oct 17, 2022

    SOS Climate Waterfront invites original high-quality papers presenting current research, accommodating a broad spectrum of approaches ranging from speculative, informal investigations to conventional ...

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  • KTH Great Prize 2022 goes to innovator behind solar powered water purifier

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    Petra Wadström, designer, artist and the innovator behind Solvatten receives the KTH Great Prize 2022. Today the technology is used in more than 20 countries, improving the lives of more than half a million people.
    Published Oct 13, 2022

    The Solvatten innovation is saving lives in refugee camps, war zones and other places where a lack of clean water has reached crisis proportions. Solvatten provides a container that users fill with c...

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