Iron nanoparticles for the remediation of uranium contaminated waters and soils

2006-2009 CLG NATO GRANT “Iron nanoparticles for the remediation of uranium contaminated waters and soils”, coordinated by Dr. Thomas B. Scott, Director of Interface Analysis Centre of University of Bristol

Benefits:

  • Get in touch Scientists from Romania and United Kingdom;
  • Educate the students from the UoB on the toxic legacy of U mining in Romania.
  • Work in a High-Tech environment.
  • Undertake multidisciplinary research
  • Identify the most appropriate answer to the Romanian radioactive pollution problem.
  • Create a long term professional relationship between INCDMRR and IAC of University of Bristol.
  • Increase visibility of Romanian scientific research within the EU

Royal Society grant „In-situ treatment of uranium-contaminated waters using iron nanoparticles”, in partnership with Interface Analysis Centre of University of Bristol, 2011-2014

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