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Membrane technology in controlling micropollutants and pathogens

Membrane technology in controlling micropollutants and pathogens

The challenge posed by micropollutants and pathogens has been the subject of considerable interest over the past few decades. Our online event 'Discussing membrane technology: micropollutants and pathogens' event was held on 14 April 2021, in which Simon Judd and Graeme Pearce hosted a discussion with 30 delegates worldwide on the subject.

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IMSTEC 2020: Bushfires, coronavirus and, of course, membranes

IMSTEC 2020: Bushfires, coronavirus and, of course, membranes

The University of Technology in the wonderful city of Sydney, Australia was the venue for the 10th IMSTEC (International Membrane Science & Technology Conference) from 2–6 February 2020. Despite the very real challenges of bushfires and the coronavirus, the organisers – Pierre Le-Clech (University of New South Wales) and Hokyong Shon and Duc Long Nghiem (both of the University of Technology, Sydney), together with their teams of supporting committees and volunteers – delivered a stimulating and well-organised event on behalf of the Membrane Society of Australasia.

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