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Research & Development news, October 2019

WFC13 - Evoqua CTO makes keynote presentation

The presentation will take place on 22 April.

 
Lanxess presents latest water technology

The International Water Conference takes place from 10-14 November.

 

A space for conversation among experts and colleagues.

 

The technology uses recycled PET carpet and plastic bottles to produce nonwovens such as filtration and acoustical products.

 

Aquatech Amsterdam will take place 5-8 November.

 

The 13th World Filtration Congress will take place from 20-24 April 2020 in San Diego, California.

 

The test rig will be used for new filter media design, product development and quality control.

 
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Key requirements and current development trends for membranes and separators for the vanadium redox flow battery are discussed.

 
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Water industry show for Russia and Eastern Europe.

 
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Trade fair for industrial technology.

 
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International event for the power generation, renewable and alternative energy and transmission and distribution, and water-related industries.

 
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Exhibition for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.

 
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International Trade Fair for Technical Textiles and Nonwovens.

 
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Training course for professionals with an engineering or materials science degree.