Archive for the ECAR & ARUBA Press Category

Ashok Gadgil awarded prestigious Heinz Award

Ashok Gadgil awarded prestigious Heinz Award

Principal Investigator Ashok Gadgil was chosen to receive the pretigious Heinz Medal for his work as a researcher, inventor, and humanitarian, spefically highlighting his projects […]

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ECAR at Clean Water Solutions for the Developing World (Oct 2009)

ECAR participates in the inaugural Haas School of Business Clean Water Solutions for the Developing World Conference at UC Berkeley. The conference focused on clean […]

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ECAR presents at WaTER conference (Oct 2009)

ECAR presented at the University of Oaklahoma International Water Technology for Emerging Regions (WaTER) conference, one on the technology behind ECAR and one on results […]

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JU, Berkeley to work on arsenic pollution

JU, Berkeley to work on arsenic pollution

Jun 26, 2009, 01.16AM IST TNN[ Subhro Niyogi ] KOLKATA: The Global Change Programme at Jadavpur University (JU) and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory at University […]

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Research team travels to West Bengal, India (Summer 2009)

Two members of the ECAR Education and Outreach team, Kayley Harrington (MS student in Public Health and Social Work) and Farzana Abed (fourth year undergraduate […]

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WEDC Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene International Conference (May 2009)

The ARUBA team presented their paper “Design strategies and preliminary prototype for a low-cost arsenic removal system for rural Bangladesh” at the 34th WEDC International […]

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ARUBA and ECAR have joined forces under BAAG! (January 2009)

We are excited to announce that the Berkeley Arsenic Alleviation Group (BAAG) now includes TWO arsenic removal technologies developed at LBNL – ARUBA and Electrochemical […]

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This sushi makes a good drink!

This sushi makes a good drink!

Read about the arsenic removal project called “Sushi 4.0” that took CEE senior Jessica Huang to rural Cambodia this summer Here’s how CEE senior Jessica […]

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Low-Cost Technology Can Improve Health of Millions in Bangladesh

Low-Cost Technology Can Improve Health of Millions in Bangladesh

Universities collaborate on treatment to remove arsenic from drinking water By Nancy L. Pontius Special Correspondent Littleton, Colorado — Currently, more than 50 million Bangladeshi […]

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UNC Safe Water Symposium (November 2008) ARUBA, ECAR

Both the ARUBA and ECAR teams presented papers at a symposium at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill entitled ‘Safe and Sustainable Drinking Water […]

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UC Berkeley Bears Breaking Boundaries Awards Ceremony (October 2008) ECAR

The ECAR team presented results from fieldwork in Cambodia at the 2008 Bears Breaking Boundaries Contest award ceremony. View our presentation (PDF, 1.7 MB).

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Cleantech to Market (September 2008) ARUBA, ECAR

We are working with a Cleantech to Market (C2M) team of graduate students in business, public policy, and public health. C2M is a partnership between […]

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International Development Design Summit (July-August 2008) ARUBA, ECAR

Two team members (one each from ARUBA and ECAR) participated in the Second Annual International Development Design Summit (IDDS) at MIT. The goal of the […]

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ECAR and ARUBA Work in Cambodia! (July 2008) ARUBA, ECAR

In July 2008, the student Berkeley Electrochemical Arsenic Remediation (BEAR) team took an ECAR prototype device that they designed as well as some ARUBA to […]

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A Remedy for Deadly Water | By Abby Cohn

A Remedy for Deadly Water | By Abby Cohn

In Bangladesh last year, Johanna Mathieu saw unmistakable signs of the poisoning afflicting the impoverished country. “Everyone would show us their hands,” says the 26-year-old […]

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Third Bangladesh Visit (May-August 2008) ARUBA, ECAR

This summer five team members traveled to Bangladesh to develop a community-scale prototype based on ARUBA and launch a socioeconomic/health study. We found ARUBA treatment […]

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UC Berkeley Bears Breaking Boundaries Contest – 1st Prize (May 2008) ECAR

The ECAR team has won first prize in the annual Bears Breaking Boundaries Contest for our White Paper titled “Arsenic Free Water in Cambodia” submitted […]

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EPA P3 Newsroom (Flash movie – interview)

EPA P3 Newsroom (Flash movie - interview)

Follow this link to watch the interview on the EPA website.

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EPA Announces Student Contest Winners

EPA Announces Student Contest Winners

EPA awarded six student groups last night as part of the People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) competition to produce future environmentally-friendly and profitable technologies. […]

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Sustainable Products & Solutions (SPS) Program Grant Award (April 2008) ARUBA, ECAR

Both the ARUBA team and ECAR teams have been awarded separate Sustainable Products & Solutions (SPS) Program Grantsfrom the Center for Responsible Business at the […]

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