One of the researchers conducts experiments at the Urban River Lab
An Advanced Training Course held at the Urban River Lab in Catalonia received a lot of media coverage locally, with local government, newspapers and TV crews taking an interest in the experiments.
The project's longest ATC ran over 9 days and researchers also collaborated scientists from a sister project, the Leverhulme Trust-funded "Where Rivers, Groundwater and Disciplines Meet: A Hyporheic Research Network".
The course was organised jointly by Interfaces' three Catalonian partners, the University of Barcelona, CEAB-CSIC and Naturalea. It consisted of classroom-based training sessions, as well as experiments held at the brand new, state-of-the-art Urban River Lab, a facility part-funded by the Interfaces project.
Below are some links to Catalan media covering the course; we will also have videos from the experiments shortly and more photos are already available on our media pages.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 607150.