The young minds competing for the 2019 Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize
Australia's brightest young minds will compete for the title of 2019 Australian Stockholm Junior Water Prize winner at the Australian Water Awards, held on Wednesday 8 May.
The winner is invited to participate in the international Stockholm Junior Water Prize held each year during World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden, where they will compete against entrants from more than 30 countries.
To see who's in the running, check out the video pitches below.
Uriah Daisybell, CAPS Coolgardie
Deadly Heavy Metals Filter: Using Carbon Coated Mussel Shells and High Magnetic Field Magnet for the Filtration of Heavy Metal-Contaminated Water
New South Wales
Macinley Butson, The Illawarra Grammar School
Development and Testing of a Film Based Detector System for Appropriate Ultraviolet Solar Disinfection (SODIS) of Water
Maria Saito, Queensland Academy for Health Sciences
The Efficacy of Three Commonly Used Water Treatment Techniques on the Disinfection of Paramecium Caudatum Towards Drinking Water Purification
The Australian Water Awards are sponsored by: