• Desal Directions – July 2015

    Posted on 5 August 2015

    The July edition of Desal Directions profiles the work of a NCEDA-supported PhD student on a project that combines small-scale greenhouses with desalination, the Founding Chief Scientific Officer gives some insight into the NCEDA's achievements and challenges, and we meet another eminent NCEDA researcher. This and more...... Read More
  • Desal Directions – June 2015

    Posted on 1 July 2015

    In the June edition of Desal Directions, the NCEDA welcomes two new members to the Board, the proceedings from a recent "Advances in Forward Osmosis" workshop are discussed and another of the Centre's eminent researchers is profiled. This and more.... Read More
  • Climate Resilient Water Sources (CREWS) web portal is launched

    Posted on 30 June 2015

    The Bureau of Meteorology has launched the Climate Resilient Water Sources web portal (CREWS), an interactive site providing comprehensive mapping and information of desalinated and recycled water sources for over 350 sites across Australia, both publically and privately owned and operated. Read More
  • Adelaide’s desalination plant & water security

    Posted on 30 June 2015

    On 22 June, Rex Jory of the Adelaide Advertiser spoke in support of Adelaide’s desalination… Read More
  • DesalTech 2015

    Posted on 10 June 2015

    DesalTech 2015. International Conference on Emerging Water Desalination Technologies in Municipal and Industrial Applications – 28-29 August 2015, San Diego, USA (in conjunction with the IDA World Congress). Read More
  • Desal Directions – May 2015

    Posted on 3 June 2015

    In the May edition of Desal Directions the NCEDA farewells its Chairman, highlights the work of one of its eminent researchers and reveals what another one does in her spare time. Read More

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