The Endeavour Awards
The Endeavour Awards will be awarded to graduates working on select environmental projects. Graduates from various Universities are involved including London's Kings College and the University College London. Competition places will be decided by Professor Clive Thomson www.alcontrol.com and awarded at the Manta Workshops L.E.A.P event held at the Belgravia Function Rooms in June 2017.
Competition places will be decided by Professor Clive Thomson and awarded at the Water Hygiene Event held at the Belgravia Function Rooms in June 2017. Prizes include:
- Choose from Exclusive Champagne Balloon Flights for two, An ultimate tailoring experience in London, A luxury hotel Spa break for two, Tandem Skydive's for Four or an Ultimate Track Day. Over 775 activities to choose from to a value of £1000 as part of a £1000 red letter voucher (click here for more information).
- The lucky recipient can select from a wide range of experiences, including Rally Driving, Deluxe Spa Days, Country Pursuits, Thames Sightseeing and London Eye for Four, Recording Studio Session, Aerobatic Flights, Personal Shopping, Motor Racing and Eagle Handling. With over 600 experiences to choose from to a value of £200 you'll be spoiled for choice )click here for more information).
- 3rd: With hundreds of experiences covering a massive array of interests, hobbies and activities, there is something for everybody. If adrenaline is your thing, how about RIB powerboating on the Thames, or supercar driving around a racetrack? For something more relaxed, there are hot air balloon options all over the countryside, or sushi making classes for food lovers. With over 400 activities to choose from to the value of £100 there is something for everyone (click here for more information).
This year projects include:
Endeavour Award Research Projects List
The prevention of biofilm formation by Copper (Cu) and Silver (Ag) ionisation as a Legionella and Pseudomonas control modality
The disruption of existing mature biofilms by Cu and Ag ionisation used for Legionella and Pseudomonas control
Inactivation of viruses, e.g. Adenovirus, by Cu and Ag ionisation
Inactivation of the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa by Cu and Ag ionisation used for Legionella control
Water discoloration and the staining of sinks where Cu and Ag ionisation is being used for Legionella and Pseudomonas control
The tarnishing of sterilised medical instruments by water being treated with Cu and Ag ionisation for Legionella and Pseudomonas control
Environmental impact of Legionella and Pseudomonas control modalities
Energy saving and carbon footprint reduction by reducing water temperature and using Cu and Ag ionisation for pathogens control in water systems