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Citizen Scientists of Vasai-Virar, India
By Sirus Libeiro, Ph.D. Candidate, City and Regional PlanningUniversity of PennsylvaniaSeptember 3, 2019 < (More)
Congratulations 2019 Undergraduate Grant Recipients
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Mexico City: A City That Is Flooding, But Is Still Running Out Of Water
By Samira Mehta (C'21) and Pallavi Menon (C, W'21)University of PennsylvaniaDecember 10, 2019 Imagine a day without water… from the simple flush of the toilet to that refreshing morning shower, water is a basic need and it impacts sanitation, hy (More)
Congratulations 2019 Graduate Grant Recipients
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Congratulations 2019 MES/MSAG Grant Recipients
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Fish Movement Between Different Habitat Types along White Clay Creek in Southeastern Pennsylvania
By Jeffrey Manner, StudentUniversity of Pennsylvania March 19, 2020Born from waters that emerge from gneiss* and schist** bedrock, White Clay Creek (WCC) flows through the Piedmont Upland Province of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Winding its way south t (More)
Sustainability Assessment of AMAL Arsenic Removal Units in West Bengal, India
April 6, 2020By Zachary WhitlockUniversity of Pennsylvania, Environmental Science/Material Science C’20Recipient of the Water Center at Penn Student Research Support Award More)
Water in Western Puerto Rico: Determining Vulnerabilities in a Changing Climate
May 7, 2020By Andrea GarayIn her research, Alana Paccione assessed the vulnerabilities of the water system in Western Puerto Rico by examining the sources of water supply, infrastructure, and effects of Hurricane Maria. Alana is also a recipient of t (More)
Congratulations to the Winners of Judges Choice Award in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics
Congratulations to Team Aqualus, Senior Design team from Mechanical Engineering for winning the Judges Choice Award for Excellence in breadth and depth of their microplastics collection device-Aqualus. The project was co-funded by the Water Center th (More)
Water as the Universal Connector in West Philadelphia
Arlette Ineza Ngabonzima (left) and Catalina Ruiz (right) are researching the urban and environmental history of the Cobbs Creek area and the potential for future watershed partnerships that promote community engagement and stewardship. Through this (More)
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