On the 16th of January, the SaltGae project had its second stakeholder meeting entitled «Algae to Treat Saline Wastewater as a useful resource». It is taking place in Israel in the Ben Gurion University. The aim of this meeting is to collect opinions and views about the technologies developed in the project as well as the current issues and challenges faced by stakeholders in the area of wastewater treatment. Experts in the field attended to
Today, the SaltGae consortium is meeting in Israel at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Zaks Auditorium, Stone Building, Rehovot for its penultimate meeting. The meeting is hosted by the European Desalination Society. Partners discuss the progress made so far and the last steps before the closure of the project and the final report. The project aims to develop a solutions that allows a significant cost savings through improvements in cost efficiency for nutrient and desalination
FUNDITEC busca actualmente un/a Técnico de investigación para incorporar el equipo de investigación. Descarga aqui la oferta. Las principales funciones a llevar a cabo serán las relacionadas con la gestión de laboratorio, tales como: Identificación y registro de base de datos de productos químicos. Almacenamiento de productos químicos y material de laboratorio. Retirada de residuos. Documentación de equipos (inventario, codificación, logbooks y guías rápidas). Calibraciones y mantenimiento de equipos comunes; averías y reparaciones. Llenado del tanque
Today on the 19th of October it’s “International Breast Cancer Day”. 1 out of 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. It’s much less common, but the disease also affects about 1 in 1.000 men. In our aim to contribute to a better society the Technical Development department at Inspiralia, more precisely the materials group (one of three areas of specialization, the others being electronics and computational engineering) is involved in
With two billion people worldwide lacking access to clean and safe drinking water, joint research by Monash University, CSIRO and the University of Texas at Austin published today in Sciences Advances may offer a breakthrough new solution. It all comes down to metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), an amazing next generation material that have the largest internal surface area of any known substance. The sponge like crystals can be used to capture, store and release chemical compounds.
Imagine a world where every country has not only complied with the Paris climate agreement but has moved away from fossil fuels entirely. How would such a change affect global politics? The 20th century was dominated by coal, oil and natural gas, but a shift to zero-emission energy generation and transport means a new set of elements will become key. Solar energy, for instance, still primarily uses silicon technology, for which the major raw material