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Working to make
a better future
for Wales and the world
17 February 2021
The WEWASH Team are sharing their expertise with local and international partners to develop and apply monitoring systems of COVID-19 levels in wastewater worldwide.
8 February 2021
PhD student Elle von Benzon is participating in the development of a low-cost wireless sensor, accessible to citizen scientists, that will monitor river water quality in real-time.
19 January 2021
The interdisciplinary team behind the WEWASH project will continue to sample and test wastewater to estimate the occurrence of the virus across Wales.
12 January 2021
Fourteen novel projects tackle challenges
11 January 2021
PhD student James Lofty uses principles of hydrodynamics and sediment transport to understand the fate of microplastics in aquatic systems.
1 December 2020
This interdisciplinary collaboration investigated the role of leaky barriers in flood attenuation and will provide practical recommendations to stakeholders.
14 October 2020
This year again students from the School of Architecture, under the supervision of Dr Marga Munar Bauza, constructed their final project around the topic of freshwater in the Elan Valley.
28 September 2020
In Cardiff, the growing campaign has been led by the Water Research Institute's early-career group for the past two years.
23 September 2020
Plastic isn’t the only pollutant impacting our lakes, rivers and oceans, as new research reveals the detrimental impacts of noise pollution on aquatic life.
13 July 2020
Recognition for sustainable management of freshwaters
Addressing the grand challenge of sustaining water for people and ecosystems in a changing world.
Water Research Institute, Cardiff University, The Sir Martin Evans Building, Museum Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3AX