News & Events
Posted on 22 May 2013
Edith Cowan University researchers are developing a cost-effective water quality sensor using fibre optic nano technology thanks to funding from the NCEDA.
Posted on 9 May 2013
Congratulations to NCEDA Independent Board Member Graham Dooley on his new role as President of the country’s peak water industry body, the Australian Water Association.
Posted on 8 April 2013
EOI forms and funding guidelines are now available for download. The Centre is seeking innovative projects that can be completed in less than two years and conducted by multi-disciplinary teams. EOIs are due by Monday 27 May 2013.
Posted on 27 March 2013
The National Centre of Excellence in Desalination Australia congratulates new Australian and Western Australian ministers on their appointments.
Posted on 22 March 2013
Today on World Water Day, Wentworth MP the Hon Malcolm Turnbull launched SkyBox Auto, a solar-powered clean water filter developed by SkyJuice Foundation and Solar Gem.
Posted on 1 February 2013
The NCEDA’s fourth scholarship round is now open for applications from PhD and Honours students enrolled at its Participating Organisations, until 12 noon WST, Friday 15 March 2013.
Investment in Australian desal research tops $39 million during nation’s $12 billion “decade of desalination”
Posted on 14 November 2012
Investment in Australia’s desalination research has reached $39 million in just three years, building on the country’s $12 billion investment in six major desal plants during its “desalination decade” 2004-2013. Recent national achievements in desalination research are published in the Centre’s 2011-2012 Annual Report.
Posted on 9 November 2012
Jungeun Kim, a University of Technology Sydney masters student, has won the award for Best Oral Presentation at the 5th International Desalination Workshop in Jeju, Korea.
Posted on 23 October 2012
The NCEDA’s Desal Discovery Centre has been named a finalist in the Program Innovation category of this year’s Australian Water Association WA Water Awards.
Posted on 1 July 2012
Old membranes can save lives, transcend borders and are latent resources.