Grant success for Interfaces partners

Interfaces partners Stefan Krause and Joerg Lewandowski are part of a successful application of an H2020 ITN-ETN on: “HypoTRAIN – Hyporheic Zone Processes – A training network for enhancing the understanding of complex physical, chemical and biological process interactions“ which is funded with 3,360,730 EUR. The project will be led by Joerg Lewandowski at the Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries in Berlin as Principal Investigator. Stefan Krause from the University of Birmingham will be Director of Training  as work package leader will lead the investigations of “Catchment-wide impacts of reactive hotspot and hot moments in the hyporheic zone”.
Posted on Friday 17th October 2014