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The Hydro Nation scholars programme is part of the Scottish Government’s Hydro Nation strategy. The objective of the strategy is to develop the economic, environmental and social value of Scotland’s water resources.
The next call for Scholar Applications has been announced with a deadline of 6th January 2023. Further details can be found in the "Apply" section.
Understanding community water governance: What shapes local decision-making and what are the implications?
Socio-legal Responses to the Challenges of Contaminants of Emerging Concerns
Engineering microbial communities to remove pharmaceutical waste from wastewater and waterways
Julius Cesar Alejandre
Blue-Green Prescribing for a Healthier Population and a Healthier Water Environment
Rita Noelle Moussa
Conversion of wastewaters and organic waste into chemicals, energy and organic fertilizer
Reed Bed Use Within Scotch Whisky Distilleries to Treat Wastewater: A New Toolkit to Help Maximise Performance
Elimination at source of biocidal agents from fresh water environments by TiO2 photocatalysis
Future proofing Scotland’s water security: delivering safe and resilient water supplies
The role of place and scale on effectiveness of temporary storage areas for surface runoff attenuation
Nanomaterials and photonic solutions: Novel ‘at source’ approaches to stop hospital-derived priority substances reaching the sewer network
Daniel Atton Beckmann
Using satellite remote sensing and automated in situ sensors to monitor and predict cyanobacterial blooms in multiple lakes
Integrated management of Scotland’s agricultural wetlands to deliver multiple benefits and minimise pollution swapping
Water smart cities: towards a place-based approach for waterfront management and flood protection
Optimising water use and soil carbon sequestration - can agricultural co-cropping systems provide multiple benefits to address climate change?
Innovative brash management to enhance water quality following peatland restoration and forestry operations
Overcoming socio-economic barriers to develop a ‘beyond compliance’ culture of water reuse in Scotland
Saba Al Hosni
Understanding the Economic consequences of change in water availability and water policy in Scotland; a computable general equilibrium analysis
Making Nature-Based Solutions at the Landscape Scale a Reality: An investigation of the barriers and spatial disconnection between NBS Investments and Beneficiaries
Enhancing Scotland’s resilience to climate change – a blue-green infrastructure inclusivity framework based on community-centred nature-based solutions
Enhancing water security under increasingly uncertain climatic futures: innovative interdisciplinary approaches connecting practices and cultures
An inclusive and sustainable blue space infrastructure for people with disabilities in Scotland post-Covid-19 pandemic