More than 780 million people worldwide lack access to clean drinking water and 2.6 billion don't have access to proper sanitation. For local water technology companies those numbers are a call to action and a major business opportunity.
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Cincinnati-based Confluence took center stage during a first-of-its-kind meeting of water technology innovations groups organized by the U.S.…
Researchers are working to build an observatory to monitor the region's most important source of groundwater.
A grant from Kentucky will help a Covington company continue to develop technology designed to reduce water utility costs and improve quality.
Cincinnati-based Bacterial Robotics wins National Science Foundation grant to develop tiny robots designed to eradicate skull-based tumors.
Pilus Energy makes tiny robots that consume pollution in wastewater, and it's looking to the public to help fund its technology.
Greater Cincinnati water-related businesses have been making gains since WCPO and 91.7 WVXU published the Liquid Assets series in September.
An economic development trip to Israel will focus on Greater Cincinnati's strengths, including the region's water technology know-how.
Hundreds of millions of dollars worth of collaborations come to life on the Mill Creek, an example of how local scientists and…
A French fish farmer has teamed up with a Tri-State man to market a European water technology throughout North and South America.
Jacob Shidler's trip to an island chain off the Eastern Coast of Africa inspired an idea that could change the way researchers and…