It contributes to Scotland’s continued efforts to become the world’s first Hydro Nation – one that manages its water environment to the best advantage and uses its expertise at home and internationally.
One of the largest interdisciplinary centres of its kind, the HNIC provides a translational hub for the water community-of-practice internationally. By helping commissioners and stakeholders/users of research to access the correct expertise and talent it supports innovation and impact, to the benefit of all.
It links industry, policy, research, and agencies to support economic development and good stewardship of water resources and to share best practices around the world.
Developing future leaders for the water sector internationally from the brightest early career candidates.
Experts and knowledge from 19 partners available to tackle water-related challenges.
Making Europe-wide tech, facilities and testing available to SMEs and inventors.
Defining current and future challenges and working out how to overcome them.
The Hydro Nation Scholars Programme is an open competition for project topics and then for PhD Scholars to undertake approved
Professor Bob Ferrier, Director of Scotland's Hydro Nation International Centre at the James Hutton Institute, has appeared in OOSKAnews'