Category: <span>Working Groups</span>

CIWEM: Water and Environment Journal – Call for Papers -Environmental Biotechnology

Submission deadline: Friday, 31 January 2025The guest editors are Dr Tao Lyu, Cranfield University and Dr Anjali Jayakumar, Newcastle University – heads of our PFAs and ECR Working Groups respectively. This special issue is open for participants of the EBNet ECR24 conference AND also the whole EBNet community. Take a look and get involved …

Webinar: Professor Bruce Logan, Penn State College of Engineering, 22 Apr 24, 14:00-15:00 hrs

Registration closed. A recording may be posted here later, with speaker permission. The EBNet Working Group on Bioelectrochemical Development for Environmental Technology is pleased to announce a talk by Prof Bruce Logan, Penn State College of Engineering on 22 April 2024 at 2-3 pm UK time, 22 Apr 24. If you …

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for Practitioners and the Industrial Community, 30 April 2024, 10:00-16:00 hrs, Chilworth Science Park

GWP standards, carbon offsetting schemes, carbon footprint calculator and offsetting methodologies and techno-economic analysis (TEA) Registration closed. This workshop aims to explore with stakeholders the policy landscape for the EBNet community, especially the drivers and incentives for carbon offsetting technologies. How do we define such technologies? What is the methodological …

EBNet Webinar: Bioelectrochemical Systems – from fundamentals in robotics to real world applications

Webinar: Thursday 20 July 2023, 10.00-11.00 (BST). Registration is now closed. The webinar video can be found here. Invited Speaker: Title: Bioelectrochemical Systems – from fundamentals in robotics to real world applications Professor Yannis Ieropoulos is Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Southampton. Yannis has a background in electrical …

N2O Emissions from Environmental Biotechnologies – Webinar 27 April 2023, 13.00-1500 hrs

Registration now closed. Webinar is available here. With a focus on current progress in UK, this webinar organised by EBNet Working Group: N2O emissions from Environmental Biotechnologies introduces the progress and challenges of N2O production and emission in environmental biotechnologies, with especial interest on wastewater treatment. Different methodologies for monitoring …

Blended Event: ‘Nature Water: A Journal for All Water-related Research’, Dr Fabio Pulizzi, Chief Editor

19 April 23, 11.00-12.00: Cranfield University (Auditorium – Vincent Building (Bldg 52a)) and on Teams. Slides are here. This event has been brought to you by the EBNet Working Group on Environmental Sensors and Wastewater Surveillance. Registration is now closed. Water resources are at the heart of human civilization. Throughout …

EBNet Workshop: Life Cycle Assessment Tools for Environmental Biotechnology – 12 Dec 22 13.00-16.00 GMT

This webinar recording is now available here. We invite EBNet members to join us for this FREE online workshop – brought to you by the Process Integration and Sustainability Assessment Working Group. Join us for 3 hours of top level content. Featuring top speakers from academia and industry this workshop …

Why Bioinformatics Training is Important

Webinar: Wednesday, 11 May 2022, 14.00-15.30. Registration closed The slides for the meeting are available here. Recording available here – an excellent resource for anyone wanting to learn more about bioinformatics! This open session is brought to you by the EBNet Working Group: Bioinformatics Training for Microbial Environmental Biotechnologies. To …

Gout, bigger muscles and a sweet tooth – what other than Covid-19 have we been monitoring in wastewater? Professor Kevin Thomas, QAEHS

Webinar: Thursday, 10 March 2022, 10.00-11.00 (GMT) This talk is by Professor Kevin Thomas – Director of the Queensland Alliance for Environmental Health Sciences (QAEHS). Registration is now closed. The past 2 years has seen unprecedented adoption of wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) for the surveillance of SARS-CoV-2. Set against the mass …