The Infrastructure Network for Water (inH2O) is a URC collaborative pilot project focused specifically on the development of a national water infrastructure network. The inH2O program included a workshop series and two-day colloquium dedicated to exploring how Michigan can create a more effective practice-to-science-to-practice network around national urban infrastructure. Through the program, the URC institutions are able to leverage new technologies, and infrastructure, design and planning techniques to create an economically viable and dynamic community, while ensuring public health and safety, and environmental protection.

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