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PolyU is deeply saddened by the passing of the world-renowned architect Dame Zaha Hadid, the architect of the Jockey Club Innovation Tower (JCIT). Home to PolyU School of Design, JCIT is her first and only permanent architectural work in Hong Kong. This iconic and symbolic JCIT has helped shape PolyU's vision for design education and research. A memorial book is now available at the entrance of JCIT for the PolyU community and the public to share their thoughts in memory of Dame Zaha Hadid. http://goo.gl/a1UXCF May she rest in peace. #PolyU #university #hkig #hongkong #zaha #hadid #DameZaha #Zahahadid #innovationtower #JockeyClubInnovationTower#jcit #architect #architecture #memorial #schoolofdesign @jockeyclubinnovationtower

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The project iWater – Water Monitoring Networks is supported by funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency (Vinnova) and has the ultimate goal to revolutionise measurement of Cities' Connected Water Life Cycle, starting with the City of Stockholm, by developing a cloud-based real-time water-quality monitoring system. The Stockholm Water Life Cycle includes the hydrological catchment, through the city’s main water supply – Lake Mälaren, to end water users, and back to Lake Mälaren through the city’s waste water systems. The project demonstrates co-design of relevant research and development by Academy and Society in support of the cloud-based water sensor and monitoring system to be developed for the quality of cities’ water supply. Our Department of Physical Geography at Stockholm University is a partner in iWater together with Stockholm City, Ericsson, Telia, KTH and Linköping University, The pictured iWater cartoon is included as a key show-case example in Science Europe’s (an association of European Research Funding Organisations) Scientific Narrative on Impact and Societal Value of Science. Text and images by Gia Destouni, Professor of Hydrology, Hydrogeology and Water Resources Regards/Malin . . . #stockholmuniversity #stockholmsuniversitet #natgeo @natgeo.su.se

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