By Sam Charles on September 16, 2019
New research has uncovered a new, fast and highly-accurate means of measuring contaminants in water. It could mean rapid detection of different types of contaminants that current methods may miss including low-levels of pesticides and hydrocarbons.
By Sam Charles on February 14, 2018
Using an innovative type of flow sensor, researchers at the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia have uncovered a new way to measure flow rates.
By Sam Charles on September 19, 2014
Grad students take the opportunity to learn about challenges facing the country’s water resources, including the Okanagan Valley.
By Sam Charles on July 22, 2013
Civil engineer aims to ensure distribution networks deliver clean water.
Posted in General, Spotlight | Tagged Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship, Bangladesh, chlorination, civil engineer, distribution, Nilufar Islam, NSERC, PhD, Rehan Sadiq, rural, water | 2 Responses
By Sam Charles on May 29, 2013
Further research may expand use into the oil and gas pipeline industry.
Posted in Faculty, Research, Spotlight | Tagged computer program, decision support tool, District of West Kelowna, DWK, GEID, Glenmore-Ellison Improvement District, infrastructure, NSERC, underground, water | Leave a response
By Sam Charles on April 15, 2013
Winners selected by faculty and industry partners.
Posted in General, Spotlight | Tagged Anant Parghi, David Kadish, Deborah Roberts, ENBALA, Karen D. Robles Arellano, Malcolm Metcalfe, Mojtaba Komeili, Mostafizur Rahaman, Nilufar Islam, Nima Moazen, Ouldooz Balazadegan, research, water | 2 Responses