Can water spread COVID-19?
An interdisciplinary study on facilitating breeding edamame suited for growing in the US using instrumental analysis
The feasibility of determining optimal harvest time of edamame using a handheld and portable colorimeter in the field
Taste and Odor in Drinking Water: A Tricky Problem to Solve
How can we improve communication between consumers and the drinking water industry?
Support from the Virginia Household Water Quality Program
Replacing your sugar-sweetened beverages with water may aid weight loss!
Hydration and cognitive function are closely related
Hydration in Athletes
Antibiotic Resistant Genes and Drinking Water Pathogens
Emerging Regional Water Challenges – Waters of Virginia
When you use water, what components enter the air you breathe?
Applying Food Waste to Produce Butanol by Immobilized Cell Fermentation and Membrane Filtration Systems
Production of 2,3-Butanediol Using Bacillus licheniformis YNP5-TSU from Yellowstone National Park
Conference Presentation: Evaluation of a Method to Rapidly Assess Beverage Intake in Collegiate Athletes
How to keep water safe from the perspectives of consumers
Energy, Water, and Food
Drinking Water Crisis in Denmark, SC
Potential risk of daily water and food intake and ways to alleviate the risk as a consumer
Important things I learnt in the Water for Health Seminar
An Interdisciplinary Collaboration between Environmental and Computer Science
Learning the Importance of Safe Water
Lessons from Water for Health
The Role of Water in Cell Mechanics – A Seminar with Dr. Sean Sun
The Flavor Profile Analysis Used in Wine
Toilet to Tap
A raw water blog: decide wisely before drinking
The Impact of Aquatic Deadzones on Microbial Activity – A Seminar with Dr. Sarah Preheim
The Power of Water: “The Geotechnical Aspects of Coastal Impacts during Hurricane Harvey,” by Dr. Nina Stark
Don’t FEAR the Conflict. Manage it!
Stronger together – Using what you are and aren’t good at to benefit the team
Reflection of personality test from interdisciplinary perspective
Congratulations to Shuai Luo won the first place in poster competition in WaterJAM Norfolk, VA
Congratulations to Shiqiang Zou to win the first place in poster competition in WaterJAM at Norfolk, VA
Longitudinal evaluation of the impact of thermal disinfection on the hot water system microbiome
Dr. Duncan and Dr. Wang have presented their research on The 5th International Symposium on Dairy Cow Nutrition and Milk Quality
Congratulations to Siddhartha Roy has been named Virginia Tech’s graduate student of the year!
The urban water cycle as a key node in the spread of antibiotic resistance: field studies in Colorado and Virginia
Chinese environment for management and the issue of ethical behavior
Assessment of drinking water quality and user perceptions between filling stations and water fountains on a college campus: a mixed methods approach
Improving Consumer Lexicon to Describe Aesthetic Issues in Water Quality
Intricacies of Odor Response to Chemicals in Mixtures
Effect of drinking water minerals on sweetness and metallic taste perception and emotional response of sweetened beverage
Survey of trace elements content of Tilpia, catfish and salmon in the Virginia market: risk, nutritional assessment and selenium health benefit values (Se-PhHBV)
21st CENTURY CONSUMER BEHAVIORS – WHY WE ARE INTERESTED IN VALUE-ADDED “GUCCI” TILAPIA
Can the Power of the Sun be used for providing safe water to developing countries?
Wastewater Treatment in Developing Nations: What are the Options?
Love brewing? Know your water first!
Bottled Water Politics
Water: an essential element for life
Effect of water minerals on taste perception and emotional response of sweetened beverage
Exploring the Complexities of Water and Agriculture
New technique on analyzing liquid food in sensory (emotion response) level
Congratulations to Amanda Sain: selected as a member of Academy for Graduate Teaching Assistant Excellence
Congratulations to Siddhartha Roy, recipient of Virginia Tech’s Alumni Association Graduate Student Service Excellence Award 2016
Congratulations to Dr. Dietrich: Honored as University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering Distinguished Alumna for 2015
Increasing Energy Recovery to Reduce Energy Burden in Wastewater Treatment
Congratulations to Dr. Amy Pruden: Appointed as the W. Thomas Rice Professor in Engineering
What a Water Quality Report tells you?
Replace soda with water for kids– “Water in Schools”
Interdisciplinary research- How iron in bovine drinking water influence the quality of milk?
“We were extremely concerned”-researches for lead-in-water contamination in Flint, Michigan
[Student Interviews] Courtney Crist
[Student Interviews] Dr. Shaun Riebl
Our Nation’s Aging Water Infrastructure
Calling for a concrete action plan on EDCs
“When the Well is Dry, We Know the Worth of Water” — Benjamin Franklin
Regulating Endocrine Disruptors
Blue Gold: Fight for life
Water, water is not everywhere and the quality of it is debatable!
What’s in YOUR Water?
The Importance of Consumer Involvement in Drinking Water Quality Monitoring
[Student Interviews] Dr. Sheldon Masters
Wastewater Treatment Possibilities – Reflections from a Water IGEP guest lecture
Drinking Water Microbiology: Complex Ecosystems and Emerging Threats
“Odds of achieving sugar-sweetened beverage but not water recommendations are greater among individuals with a chronic disease” – finds new VT study
Soft Water: Why the top three American breweries brew Pilsner-style beers
How much water does it take to make a gallon of milk?
Improvement for kid’s meals?
Maldives’ capital sieged by severe water crisis
PhD Student Amanda Sain Travels to the 2014 Water Quality Technology Conference to Present on the Chemical Properties of 4-MCHM
Get the FACTS (Food Advertising to Children and Teens Score) Straight
The #4Liters Challenge – Can you survive on a gallon of water for 24 hours?
Life and Engineering Lessons at EWB-USA’s ‘Design Global, Engineer Local’ Program in Panama
Water INTERface Faculty Member Professor Amy Pruden receives Water Environment Research Foundations’ Paul L. Busch Award
Water IGEP Victories at WaterJAM 2014
Harvard’s Dr. John Briscoe wins this year’s Stockholm Water Prize aka ‘Nobel Prize of Water’
Katherine’s research on measuring zerovalent nanoiron materials in water at ACS Conference 2014, San Francisco CA
2014 Water Treatment Plant Operators Short Course
Michelle Obama – Trying to Get Americans to Drink More Water!
Outreach with the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity
‘Water for Health’ engagement with high school students from Governor’s School of Agriculture
The Art of Water Recovery
[Interview] Dr. Susan Duncan (FST) – Everthing except anchovies!
Opportunistic Pathogens in Home Plumbing – Emerging Microbial Threats to Health
Water IGEP at AWWA ACE ’14 in Boston, MA
[Student Interviews] Georgianna Mann (HNFE) – From water research and Graduate school to training horses and everything in between
New Research: Water vs Diet Beverages for Weight Loss?
Interdisciplinary Research – Lessons in exploring the fringes, juggling career choices, and self-reflection
Our Water Infrastructure – An Interconnected Microbial Ecosystem
Ooho! – The ‘edible and biodegradable’ alternative to bottled water
Unravelling the environmental and public health impacts of the West Virginia Chemical Spill
CDC Research: Energy Drink Usage in Adolescents