GCRF – Low cost technologies for safe drinking water in developing regions (SAFEWATER)
Duration: 01/11/17 – 31/12/21
Staff Involved: Professor Rory O'Connell
The SAFEWATER research programme seeks to tackle a global challenge by looking at clean water solutions and the development of smart devices to quickly tell if water is safe to drink.
£4.7 million of the funding will be provided by the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Research Councils UK Collective Fund, and the project will see Ulster University join forces with other partners across the globe to conduct the research. This includes academics in South America and NGOs already working in Colombia and Mexico.
The website address is www.safewater-research.com
The project is led by Prof Tony Byrne.