VicInAqua is a medium-scale focused research project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 689427.
11 partners from 7 European and African countries aims at developing an integrated approach for water management by providing an integral, sustainable, innovative, cost effective and robust solution for water sanitation combined with the demand for clean water in aquaculture and irrigation in the Lake Victoria basin.
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Talking to: Prof. Dr. Jan Hoinkis, HsKA (Germany)

How the idea of VicInAqua was born and what will be our main challenges – An Interview with VicInAqua's Coordinator

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Good resonance for the 1st VicInAqua information session in Europe

Successful sharing of knowledge and experience about VicInAqua technologies with stakeholders from the aquaculture industry and research

VicInAqua will attend Aquaculture Europe 2017

17-20 October in Dubrovnik, Croatia: Cooperation for Growth

Contribution to NannoInnovation 2017

28 September in Rome, Italy: Lecture at the TT.VI.E "Advanced nanomaterials and technologies for energy exploitation"

Dr. Raffaella Mancuso awarded by the Italian Chemical Society

Proud to have her contributing to the development of our self-cleaning membrane bio-reactor (MBR) system!

Towards novel materials for the development of antimicrobial membrane coatings

UNICAL's presentation at the 16th National Congress of the Italian Society of Chemistry (XXVI Congresso Nazionale della Società Chimica Italiana)

VicInAqua attended the Central Kenya National Show (ASK)

13-16 September in Nyeri, Kenya: Network and share experience with stakeholders from the Kenyan agriculture

Looking for synergies with sister projects and beyond!

DAFNE, FLOWERED, MADFORWATER, SafeWaterAfrica, WATERSPOUTT, AfriAlliance…

VicInAqua attended ICOM 2017

29 July to 4 August in San Francisco, USA: The 11th International Congress on Membranes and Membrane Processes

FLOWERED Project 1st Workshop

18 July 2017 in Arusha, Tanzania: Sharing experience and knowledge about e.g. water resource management with sister project!

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