Check out the special report about our Biogeophysics research

Sunday, May 2, 2021

Innovation News Network has published a special report about our work on using spectral induced polarization, a geophysical method, to monitor microbial activity and nanoparticles in real-time in earth's subsurface. Read the special report by clicking here. The report summarizes the research led by Dr. Adrian Mellage (with his supervisors Philippe and Fereidoun) during his PhD which was funded by the Canada Excellence Research Chair program and the Waterloo-Technion University Cooperation Program.

If you haven't yet checked it out, our latest eBook about the Ecohydrology Research Group, which was produced in partnership with Innovation News Network, can be accessed at by clicking here.