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NEWT is applying nanotechnology to develop transformative and off-grid water treatment systems that both protect human lives and support sustainable economic development.

ASU Professor Paul Westerhoff selected for 2019 Clarke Prize

July 30, 2019

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September 18 - all campuses at 12 NOON

Students,

Come meet NEWT students, learn about NEWT research, and enjoy some food on us. Check the calendar for the locations of your school's orientation. Time is 12 noon for all campuses. 

Oct. 1, 2019

NEWT Student Bio Book - October 1, 2019

Update your NEWT Center Profile by October 21st to be included in the Student Bio Book to help with job search and project opportunities. Formatting instructions are available in Center Documents.  Click on the Member Login above. 

Sept. 16, 2019

Applicants will be selected by November 16, 2019. Space is very limited, therefore, completing the application process does NOT guarantee placement in the program.NEET is designed for current AP Environmental Science teachers, Environmental Systems teachers, and Biology/Life Sciences teachers from the Greater Houston, TX & Greater Phoenix, AZ areas. Teachers from these areas who do not teach one of these subjects are welcome to apply, but will not receive priority consideration.

All NEWT students must turn in this form each year to participate. Contact Liz.Scroggins@rice.edu if you need a form (requires faculty advisor's signature also). Click on the title for the link to upload your form. 

October 7-9, 2019

Industrial/Practitioner Advisory & Scientific Advisory Board Meetings - Fall 2019 at Arizona State University

Mid Year Meeting (Oct.7) for NEWT Leadership and Industrial/Practitioner Advisory (Oct. 8-9) and Scientific Advisory Board Meetings (Oct. 9) will be held at Arizona State University. 

Read all about the projects that our Community College student interns are working on at ASU, UTEP and Rice. 

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Check out what our NEWT Teachers are doing this summer in our labs! http://rets.blogs.rice.edu/ 

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NEWT is an interdisciplinary, multi-institution nanosystems-engineering research center (headquartered at Rice University) whose goal is to facilitate access to clean water almost anywhere in the world by developing efficient modular water treatment systems that are easy to deploy, and that can tap unconventional sources to provide humanitarian water or emergency response. NEWT also develops systems to treat and reuse challenging industrial wastewaters in remote locations, such as oil and gas fields to help energy production be more sustainable and more cost-efficient in regards to its water footprint.

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