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water@leeds: An interdisciplinary approach to tackling major water issues

Research

water@leeds Research

Rising to the challenges

Changing climate and rainfall patterns, growing global populations, shifting land use patterns and increasing water consumption - the variety of experts operating across a range of disciplines means water@leeds can rise to these challenges.

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Training

water@leeds Training

A prestigious institution

The University of Leeds is a world top 100 university and a UK top 10 research institution. It is one of only 25 UK universities that make up the prestigious research-intensive Russell Group and is part of the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN), which comprises 18 research-intensive institutions spanning six continents.

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Partnerships

water@leeds Partnerships

Working locally, regionally and globally

water@leeds works with industry, Government, charities and academics in wide-ranging research and innovation supported by world class facilities. We are keen to work with partners to maximise the impact of our work and make a real difference to people's lives.

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Innovation

water@leeds Collaborative opportunities

Collaborative opportunities

Water and associated industry have massive potential for innovation. water@leeds supports the development of tools and models in conjunction with partners in industry or academia. These may be designed for a specific purpose or arise as outputs from primary research - often leading to opportunities for commercialisation.

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Events Calendar

7 September 2016

UK Fluids Conference

The new annual UK Fluids Conference organised jointly between the EPSRC Centres for Doctoral...[more]

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7 July 2016

water@leeds Confluence 2016

We are pleased to announce the water@leeds Confluence 2016! The confluence will take place on...[more]

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25 May 2016

Rethinking the role of methane in streams - Felicity Shelley

Dr Felicity (Flick) Shelley from Queen Mary will be doing a RBPM cluster talk on Wednesday 25 May,...[more]

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Latest News

13 September 2016

Economic benefits of peatland restoration: making the numbers count for policy

Julia Martin-Ortega has recently been awarded an Impact Acceleration Account fund from...[more]

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13 September 2016

Biosecurity e-learning now available

Good Fieldwork Practice: Slowing the Spread of Invasive Non-Native Species Online training is now...[more]

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13 September 2016

Understanding ecosystem stocks and tipping points in UK peatlands

Dr. Julia Martin-Ortega, Prof. Andy Baird, Dr. Martin Dallimer, and Dr. Dylan Young from the...[more]

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