Author Archives: Sara Feijoo Moreira

InnovEOX at the 6th International Conference on Water, Waste and Energy Management

Our ESR#1 Sara Feijoo Moreira attended the 6th International Conference on Water, Waste and Energy Management (WWEM-22), which took place in Rome on 20-22 July 2022. In her oral presentation, Sara introduced the topic of sulfate radical-based electrochemical Advanced Oxidation Processes together with her latest experimental findings. In Sara’s words, “with the critical climate situation we are living, it was ...

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ESRs in the spotlight: Sara Feijoo’s interview by Spanish newspaper “Faro de Vigo”

Last weekend, our ESR1 Sara Feijoo Moreira was interviewed by the Spanish newspaper “Faro de Vigo”. In the article, she had the opportunity to talk about her current research on the degradation of micropollutants via electrochemical Advanced Oxidation Processes as part of the InnovEOX project. In her own words: “The best part of the Marie Curie actions is that they encourage ...

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Showcasing the InnovEOX project in the 7th Young Water Professionals BeNeLux Conference 2022, Delft, The Netherlands

The Young Water Professionals BeNeLux Conference (4-6 April 2022) has gathered enthusiastic professionals working on water-related topics in research, public sector and industry under the motto “At the forefront of the design, development and implementation of current change processes, IWAs activities for Young Water Professionals aim to empower the next generation of water leaders”. During this conference, our Project Coordinator ...

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Contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goal #6 – Clean Water and Sanitation

In this day and age, billions of people are still unacceptably lacking access to sufficient and safe water resources, including not only water needed for sanitation and hygiene services, but also drinking water. If we take a look at the numbers for 2020, 2 billion people lacked safely managed drinking water, 2.3 billion people suffered from poor basic hygiene and even up to 3.6 billion people lacked safely managed sanitation [1]. Moreover, 1 in 3 people worldwide lacked from soap and water at home, leaving them especially vulnerable to the spread of diseases such as the COVID-19 virus [2].

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COVID-19 in Wastewater: A new frontier for research

Despite the few days remaining until the long-awaited end of this unprecedented year, we unfortunately know that there is no magic spell that will make the COVID-19 pandemic disappear when the clock strikes midnight. We are now busy waiting for an effective worldwide vaccination campaign that will allow us to go back to our daily routines – what we used ...

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