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In Niels Peter Revsbech's sensor laboratory, postdoc Deby Fapyane is telling Niels Due Jensen about the nitrite and CO2 sensors that she helps developing - while Niels Peter Revsbech (left) is listening. Photo: Søren Kjeldgaard

2018.12.06 | News type

Poul Due Jensen Foundation site visit to Aarhus University Centre for Water Technology

A prominent delegation from the Poul Due Jensen Foundation visited Science and Technology to see what the Foundation's donation of DKK 40 million to the Aarhus University Centre for Water Technology (WATEC) is being spent on, and to talk about other ways they could work with AU. Both guests and hosts could see great potential for further…

Ass. Professor Klaus Koren in the Optical Sensorlab at Aarhus University Department of Bioscience.

2018.12.05 | News type

WATEC researcher receives Sapere Aude grant of nearly six Mio. DKK.

Today WATEC associated researcher Ass. Professor Klaus Koren receives the prestigious Sapere Aude grant of nearly six Mio DKK from the Independent Research Fund Denmark. New sensor for real time measure of the fish toxin ammonia in aquatic environments will help protect the environment and take water technology research to a new level.

Carlos A. Arias fra Institut for Bioscience har sammen med de øvrige partnere bag INCOVER vundet en britisk Water Industry Award. Privatfoto

2018.07.02 | News type

Bioscience-projekt får britisk Water Industry Award

Seniorforsker Carlos A. Arias fra Institut for Bioscience har sammen med sine internationale partnere på spildevandsprojektet INCOVER modtaget en britisk pris.

2018.06.26 | News type

DR P1 morgen - hør interview med Centerleder Niels Peter Revsbech - "vi skal spare på vandet..."

I DR P1 morgen onsdag d. 20. juni fortalte Centerleder Niels Peter Revsbech om det danske grundvand, som der stadig er grund til at spare på, selvom der er rigeligt af det.

Omkring 90 mennesker deltog i indvielsen af det nye minivådområde med filtermatrice ved Gyldenholm Gods. Foto: Lea Laursen Pasgaard

2018.06.19 | News type

Nordeuropas største forsøgs-filteranlæg indviet

Et stort minivådområde med filtermatrice blev indviet ved Gyldenholm Gods på Sjælland. WATEC-forskere fra Institut for Agroøkologi og Institut for Bioscience skal blandt andet bruge anlægget som forsknings- og testanlæg med henblik på at forbedre effektiviteten af kvælstofsreduktion.

Foto by:Niels Peter Revsbech

2018.06.14 | News type

Head of Centre has been chosen to become Fellow of the Geochemical Society and European Association of Geochemistry

We are proud to announce that our Head of Centre, Professor Niels Peter Revsbech has been chosen to become Fellow of the Geochemical Society and European Association. The title will be awarded at the Goldschmidt Conference in Boston, August 2018. https://goldschmidt.info/2018/medalsView

Foto: Thue Bording

2018.06.01 | News type

Chemical clean up at Kjærgaard plantage - WATEC researcher presents new concept for chemical remediation

Department of Geoscience is testing a new concept for chemical remediation in collaboration with Region South Denmark. Vast amounts of chemical waste were dumped in the dunes starting 1958. WATEC researcher Anders Vest Christiansen from Geoscience is featured in the DR 1 news on the clean-up project.

2018.05.18 | News type

WATEC forsker fra Aarhus Universitet og danske virksomheder med interesse i grundvand samarbejder med amerikansk eliteuniversitet

Som en af de førende lande inden for grundvandsløsninger, skal Danmark nu videreudvikle de danske løsninger, så de kan anvendes i Californien. WATEC forsker fra Aarhus Universitet deltager med viden og ekspertise. Se video og læse mere her.

2018.04.17 | Meeting

WATEC Annual Meeting - "Hot Topics and Trends in Water Technology Research"

1st WATEC Annual Meeting, 16 April, 2018 Study the programme and view the binder to learn more.

2018.04.11 | News type

Aarhus University signs cooperation agreement with the China Geological Survey

A delegation from the China Geological Survey visited Aarhus University on 10 April to sign a cooperation agreement (Memorandum of Understanding) to expand research collaboration within bioscience and geoscience. WATEC researchers takes part.

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