Stuart Khan

Sandbags protect a local business as flood water washes by

UNSW experts available to comment on flooding and record rain across NSW and Queensland.

Landscape shot of people standing near Kentucky Creek Dam Uralla

Inclusive decision-making that consults local communities is key to making informed choices on environmental issues such as water security.

2020 ATSE Fellows

Researchers honoured for their pioneering work in renewable energy, water management and chemical engineering.

waste water running out of a drain

The government plans to monitor sewage for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. And while this holds promise to tracking future local outbreaks, there are also some sticky ethical questions to consider.

Australia from space

It's important to remember that most of this greening is due to growth of grasses, which respond more rapidly after rain.

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We’re tapping into UNSW Engineering Professor Stuart Khan's expertise on water quality and how to keep your drinking water safe as the Australian bushfires continue.

Professor Stuart Khan

Stuart Khan is a Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering with expertise in water treatment processes.

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Professor Stuart Khan from UNSW Sydney explains the immediate and long-term effects of bushfires on water quality.

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Hundreds of thousands of fish have died in low-oxygen water. Here's what actually happened to the oxygen, and why we might see more deaths in the coming weeks.

science

March for Science rallies will take place in cities around Australia on Saturday 22 April. Stuart Khan explains why he and others are participating.

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