Lots to read in the April edition of Desal Directions! Neil Palmer reports from Oman and Belgium, Murdoch University seeks a new Professor in Desalination, another of the NCEDA’s eminent researchers is profiled, and we provide links to interesting articles about developments in the global desalination industry.
In the March edition of Desal Directions, read about the WA Minister for Water’s visit to the NCEDA, meet one of our researchers and find out about a variety of water and desalination events that are coming up in the next few months.
In the January issue of Desal Directions – desalination opportunities for Australian agriculture, connecting young academics with the water industry, download the presentation from a recent seminar on Spanish Sea Grass and we seek someone to write a book on Australian desalination history
The November Issue of the Desal Directions newsletter gives a sneak preview on the latest technology breakthroughs and international desalination initiatives that will be revealed at the forthcoming International Desalination Workshop, as well as news about a NCEDA project that has produced first desalinated water in the Great Victoria Desert.
In the October issue of Desal Directions – CEO’s letter from Tianjin in China, NCEDA researchers at the IDA World Congress 2013, Adelaide Desalination Plant project wins an international award, the Australian Water Resources Assessment released, Victoria’s Desalination Plant wins AWA 2013 award and see who won the Create an Art Piece competition.
In the September 2013 issue of Desal Directions – The CEO attends the Water Utilities Leaders Forum in Singapore; solar thermal desalination protoype enters Innovation Challenge; Singapore’s second desal plant hastens water sufficiency; NCEDA congratulates new Parliamentary Secretary; SDI kits on sale from the NCEDA on-line shop
$2.5 million boost for Australian desalination research; Early bird registration for the 6th International Desalination Workshop – The Politics and Practice of Desalination; WA schools art competition for National Water Week; New research finds no impact from desal plant outfall; Communicating desalination science through National Science Week; New Acting Director for Goyder Institute; Boost for food grown with solar desalination.
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