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Women in Engineering - Sarah Bell an environmental engineer researching sustainable urban water systems

on Sat, 06/11/2016 - 03:24

Celebrating Women in Engineering

Engineering Village (official sponsor) has partnered with Elsevier Engineering journals to support National Women in Engineering Day (NWED16) in the United Kingdom on June 23rd. In support of #NWED2016, we've launched an international campaign to raise the profile of #womeninengineering. We have interviewed outstanding female engineers to learn about interesting engineering projects that they have worked on over the years to better understand their research and what motivates them.

Today's spotlight: Sarah Bell, Engaging communities in sustainable design

Sarah Bell of University College London is an environmental engineer researching sustainable urban water systems. Her research investigates how to engage communities in infrastructure design to meet needs for food, water and energy. She is currently Director of the UCL Engineering Exchange, which aims to improve engagement between local communities and engineering research. Read Sarah Bell's full interview - Elsevier Connect's Women in Engineering 

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Also, search Engineering Village's GEOBASE database in Expert Search ((Sarah Bell) WN ALL) to learn more about Dr. Bell's research.
  Sarah Bell, PhD 

Did you know?
The discovery chlorination of urban water happened 1919? Engineering Village provides the Ei Backfile database as a companion database to Ei Compendex, indexing records with the Ei Thesuarus from 1884 through 1969. Search Ei Compendex in Expert Search for 1884-2016: (((water resources) WN All fields) AND ((chlorination) WN All fields))

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