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'Experimental techniques for evaluating biomechanical properties of plants' Video published to the Virtual Learning Community

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A new video from the Hydralab+ Virtual Learning Community is now available on our Youtube channel (click here). The video demonstrates experimental techniques for evaluating biomechanical properties of plants. More videos on new technologies, good practice in experimentation, instrumentation and data analysis in the physical modelling community will be made available as the Hydralab+ project progresses.


Blog for the 'Topographic barriers and warm ocean currents controlling Antarctic ice shelf melting' project

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One of the Transnational Access projects has a blog. A description of the project can be found here. Follow the project blog on:

https://skolelab.uib.no/blogg/darelius/2017/09/20/about-neutrally-buoyant-particles-popcorn-and-more-bubbles/

or visit the project Facebook page on https://www.facebook.com/EDareliusAndTeam/   


NEW JRA1 RESULTS PUBLISHED ONLINE

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NEW JRA1 recipe RESULTS HAVE NOW BEEN PUBLISHED ONLINE.

We have now added results on results of bank erosion experiments with EPS and vegetation, presented at BSG annual meeting in Hull, September 2017 to the TASK 8.5: INNOVATIVE APPROACHES FOR SCALING BIOLOGY IN TIME section of the results page, on page http://hydralab.eu/research--results/jra1-recipe/JRA1-RECIPE---Results/


New JRA1 results published online

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NEW JRA1 recipe RESULTS HAVE NOW BEEN PUBLISHED ONLINE.

We have now added results onexperimental investigations of diatomaceous biofilm behaviour and sediment stabilising capacity presented at the EGU General Assembly, Vienna, April 2017 at the British Society of Geomorphology 2017 Annual Meeting in Hull to the TASK 8.5: INNOVATIVE APPROACHES FOR SCALING BIOLOGY IN TIME section of the results page, on page http://hydralab.eu/research--results/jra1-recipe/JRA1-RECIPE---Results/


'How to use Social Media' Video published to the Virtual Learning Community

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A new video from the Hydralab+ Virtual Learning Community is now available on our Youtube channel (click here). The video explains how to setup a Twitter account and write posts and publish media on it in a view to increase following and exchange and share knowledge with policy makers, peers and end users. More videos on new technologies, good practice in experimentation, instrumentation and data analysis in the physical modelling community will be made available as the Hydralab+ project progresses.


The 3rd call for proposals is now open

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The 3rd HYDRALAB+ call for proposals is now open and will be so until 23rd June 2017. Please visit the page http://hydralab.eu/taking-part/call-for-proposals/ on the HYDRALAB+ website to view and download the call for proposals, information on the provider and the facility available for this call as well as the rules and the conditions for eligibility.


We are proud to announce the 3rd HYDRALAB+ Workshop Event.

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The website is open for registration: http://hydralab.eu/taking-part/HYDRALAB-Santander-Event/ 

Programme in short:

Monday 15 May:

HYDRALAB+ MT Meeting.

Tuesday 16 May:

JRA Work sessions to discuss progress and possible bottlenecks. All HYDRALAB+ colleagues involved in on-going JRA activities are welcome to attend.
Introductory Meeting of the International Advisory Board with the HYDRALAB+ MT

Wednesday 17 May:

The plenary Participant Meeting, Technical Field Trip and the traditional HYDRALAB+ dinner. Open for all HYDRALAB+ participants and invited guests.

Thursday 18 May:

Dedicated Workshops on Industry & Innovation and the Advanced Workshop on Joint Research Activity 2 (Cross Disciplinary Observations of Morphodynamics and Protective Structures linked to Ecology and Extreme Events). Open for all Hydralab colleagues and guests to attend.
Meeting (conclusions and recommendations) of the International Advisory Board with the HYDRALAB+ MT

Friday morning 19 May:

Foresight Study Workshop on Adaptation to Climate Change. Open for all Hydralab colleagues and special guests.

 

To register you go to http://hydralab.eu/taking-part/HYDRALAB-Santander-Event/ and click on ‘register for event’. At that page you can also invite a guest with the ‘Add an Invited Guest’ button. Work Package leaders should use this button for invited external guests, who will then receive a password to register.

Also Associated Partners are welcome to attend, for whom the travel and subsistence costs (max. 1 person per associated partner) will be paid by the organising Partner (University of Cantabria). This also is the case for invited guests.

 

Please note that Santander will already be in the tourist high season at the time of this event. We therefore recommend that you make your hotel booking as quickly as possible. You should book your room directly at the hotel.

 

We are looking forward meeting you in Santander!

Javier Lopez Lara (Organising Team UCAN)
Frans Hamer (Coordinator HYDRALAB+)


New JRA1 results published online

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New JRA1 RECIPE results have now been published online.

We have now added Results from Experiments conducted at HR Wallinford during 2016 to the TASK 8.2: INNOVATIVE APPROACHES FOR REPRESENTING VARIABILITY AND UNSTEADINESS IN FLUME FACILITIES section of the results page, on page http://hydralab.eu/research--results/jra1-recipe/JRA1-RECIPE---Results/HR-Wallingford-overtopping-tests/.


Announcing the 3rd HYDRALAB+ event in Santander, Spain, 15th to 19th May 2017

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The 3rd HYDRALAB+ event will take place Santander, Spain from 15th to 19th May 2017. The website for the event, giving information about the programme, venue, accommodation, travel etc... as well as how to register to attend the event will be published shortly. Please make sure to visit the website soon to register to attend the event!


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