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Our May issues includes a series of articles on wastewater-based epidemiology. 


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    The addition of chlorine to water increases the generation of disinfection by-products (DPBs). In this webinar we discuss with William Mitch (Stanford), Susan Richardson (South Carolina Univ) and Maria José Farré (ICRA, Barcellona) about high molecular weight DBPs, exploring the formation, potential environmental hazard and risk assessment.

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    The UN 2023 Water Conference will be held in New York on March 22-24, 2023, To highlight the importance of research and scientific evidence in addressing the water-related challenges, we present a new compilation of research articles from across the Nature Portfolio that corresponds to the dialogue themes of the conference.

  • Nature Water talks march

    Ahead of the first global conference on water in almost 50 years, held on March 22-24, Karin Sjöstrand from Nat Water spoke to Quentin Grafton (Australian National University), Joyeeta Gupta (University of Amsterdam), John Matthews (AGWA), and Rachael McDonnell (IWMI) about expectations of this global event and about challenges and opportunities on the road ahead

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