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Through innovative research and strategic partnerships, the Nevada Water Innovation Institute solves water problems and promotes economic growth in the Truckee Meadows.

NWII in the news

News 4 Reno covered NWII's research on the prevalence of COVID-19 in the Truckee Meadows. Krishna Pagilla explains the research in this video clip.

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News from the Nevada Water Innovation Institute

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Researchers, water managers gather to discuss challenges facing Truckee River watershed

Conference hosted by NWII draws stakeholders from around the region

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Nevada Water Innovation Institute to host water experts July 27-28

New water solutions for climate change and other issues will be discussed

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Nevada Water Innovation Institute celebrates five years

University-led partnership works on COVID-19 wastewater surveillance, advanced purified water technologies and other water resiliency and sustainability research

For more information

Krishna Pagilla
NWII Director
Ralph E. & Rose A. Hoeper Engineering Professor
Chair, Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Nevada, Reno
(775) 682-7918

John A. Martini
Chair, NWII Board of Advisors
Assistant City Manager, City of Sparks

Dwayne Smith
Vice-chair, NWII Board of Advisors
Director of Engineering and Capital Projects at Washoe County