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  • Proposal to refreeze Arctic ice calls for 10 million wind-powered pumps
    A proposal to tackle global warming by thickening Arctic ice using millions of wind-powered pumps to move seawater on to the surface of the ice has been outlined by scientists at Arizona State University (ASU). The cost to deploy the devices over 10% of the Arctic would be about US$500 billion but current trends of ice loss caused by climate change could be reversed.
  • Hyflux partners with NTU Singapore on membrane technologies
    Hyflux has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Nanyang Technological University’s (NTU Singapore) Nanyang Environment and Water Research Institute (NEWRI) to collaborate on the commercialisation of advanced membrane technologies.
  • Conwed 3D printed feed spacers tested in water research study
    Conwed provided its feed spacers for a water research study that attempts to identify an alternative strategy for developing and testing of feed spacers by numerical modeling, 3D printing of feed spacers and experimental membrane fouling simulator (MFS) studies.
  • Singapore University launches consortium to promote membrane research
    The National University of Singapore (NUS) has launched a consortium to bring together academics and industry partners to promote membrane-related research. NUS says that the Membrane Science and Technology Consortium (MSTC) aims to boost basic, applied and translational research over a range of membrane topics for water, energy and environmental applications within the municipal and industrial sectors.
  • The 25 most downloaded Desalination journal articles
    The following are the most downloaded Desalination journal articles from Elsevier's ScienceDirect in the last 90 days:
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