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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 project proposals will be early July 2018.

Yuan Li
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Yuan Li
Can Low Cost Biosorbent Technology be use to Efficiently Remove Steriod Hormones and Pharmaceutical Residues from Wastewater Effluents?
Nandan Mukherjee
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Nandan Mukherjee
Integrated River Basin Management Framework Under the Lens of Loss and Damage
Bas Buddendorf
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Bas Buddendorf
Multiscale Modelling to Assess Impacts on Flows and Ecology in Regulated Rivers
Reina Maricela Blair
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Maricela Blair
Micro- and Nanoplastics in Wastewater Treatment Systems and Receiving Waters
Fortune Gomo
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Fortune Gomo
Supporting Better Decisions Across the Nexus of Water-Energy-Food Challenges
Aaron Neill
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Aaron Neill
Linking Small-Scale Hydrological Flow Paths, Connectivity and Microbiological Transport to Protect Remote Private Water Supplies
Kathleen Stosch
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Kathleen Stosch
Building Resilience to Respond to Future Environmental Change Across Scottish Catchments
Robert Šakić Trogrlić
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Robert Šakić Trogrlić
Community Based, Non-Structural Flood Risk Management for Malawi
Carolin Vorstius
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Carolin Vorstius
Safeguarding and Improving Raw Water Quality by Increasing Catchment Resilience
Valerio Cappadona
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Valerio Cappadona
Can Wastewater Treatment Plants Cope with Future Nanoparticle Loading Scenarios?
Jonathan Fletcher
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Jonathan Fletcher
Optimising Multi-Pollutant Phytoremediation Strategies to Sustainably Improve Raw Water Quality
Bhawana Gupta
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Bhawana Gupta
Tackling the Challenge of the Water Food Energy Nexus in India and Scotland
Kirsty Holstead
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Kirsty Holstead
Understanding community water governance: What shapes local decision-making and what are the implications?
Lydia Niemi
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Lydia Niemi
Assessment of the Degradation Pathway, Persistence and Eco-Toxicological Impacts of Human Pharmaceuticals and Degradation Products in the Aquatic Environment
Lucille Groult
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Lucille Groult
Socio-legal Responses to the Challenges of Contaminants of Emerging Concerns
Sughayshinie Samba Sibam
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Sughayshinie Samba Sibam
Epidemiology of Private Drinking Water Supplies in Scotland
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Kerr Adams
The Scottish Water Landscape and its resilience to change: an assessment to support future
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Elliot Hurst
The Multiple Benefits of Decentralised Water Treatment in Rural India
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Craig McDougall
The Role of Scotland's Inland Waters in Promoting Blue-Health in Rural Communities
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Hanna Peach
Engineering microbial communities to remove pharmaceutical waste from wastewater and waterways
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Victoria Porley
Water Purification in Rural India using Sunlight and Low-Cost Materials