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Carrie Bristoll-Groll, Owner of Stormwater Solutions Engineering, LLC, was recently interviewed by the UWM School of Continuing Education’s Center for the Study of the Workplace. Carrie talks about the Global Water Center, and why she knew Stormwater Solutions Engineering had to be … Continue reading
WEDC and The Water Council partner to fund water innovation MADISON, Wis. March 12, 2013 – A first-of-its-kind accelerator for water technology startups, announced today by The Water Council and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), will solidify Milwaukee’s reputation … Continue reading
Dr. Hector R. Bravo is in the Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanics at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Because of the high cost of field monitoring, Dr. Bravo has turned to modeling to predict the means and range that pollutants are transferred in surface … Continue reading
Dr. Robert Burlage is a professor in the Health Sciences Department at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. Burlage investigates the capacity of pathogens to cause infection in humans as they exist in the environment. By fusing known disease-causing microorganisms to bioindicator genes, … Continue reading
Dr. Ryoichi Samuel Amano is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at UWM. In this week’s video, Dr. Amano discusses his work in aeration techniques that produce small bubbles to increase oxidation efficiency and reduces the energy needed for water pumps. – James Starzec … Continue reading
Tom Daykin of the Journal Sentinel recently wrote a piece on two new building projects going on in Milwaukee. One of the projects is the UW-Milwaukee Great Lakes WATER Institute building. That initial work involves remodeling part of UWM’s Great Lakes WATER … Continue reading