Thursday, 29 May 2014

The Nano Membrane Toilet goes to the Natural History Museum

The Nano Membrane Toilet will form part of an exhibition for Universities Week 2014 at the Natural History Museum in London from 9 to 13 June.  

Researchers from Cranfield University will join teams from 44 other UK universities represented at the Museum during the week. The exhibition will include research stations, pop-up performances, debates and live research demonstrations, covering a range of research themes.

 The exhibition will be open every day from 10am to 6pm, with late night opening until 10pm on Wednesday 11 June. Cranfield’s Nano Membrane Toilet exhibit will be part of the ‘Environment and Sustainability’ theme and will be based in the Atrium.   We’ll have all our prototypes so plenty of chance to try them out.   You can see how much power you can generate with our hand crank generator.   You can try our waterless flush.   And you can even sit on our toilet!

There’s a full list of all the events happening for Universities week here.

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