UKCRIC has a number of Infrastructure Laboratories, Urban Observatories and Modelling and Simulation facilities across the UK at its partner organisations, many of which are already available for use by academics and students as well as industry and government.
The National Green Infrastructure Facility (NGIF) at Newcastle University is a ‘living laboratory’, underpinning research into Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDs), Green Infrastructure approaches, and making urban centres more resilient and sustainable for future generations.
Researchers working at the NGIF aim to generate insights into SuDS, developing novel approaches and technologies for improved surface water management, geo-energy for building heating/cooling, urban water treatment and increase our understanding of the interaction between the climate and the urban landscape.
In this webinar we will hear from the NGIF's Director Dr Ross Stirling and ECR and PGR users of the facility.
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