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About Kate Kilduff

Kate Kilduff is the Marketing and Public Relations fellow for the Artemis Top 50 competition. Currently pursuing a Master’s in Geography and Environmental Planning at San Francisco State University, her research concentrates on water project development in lesser-developed countries. Since graduation from University of California, San Diego and before coming to Artemis, Ms. Kilduff held a number of non-profit and international positions.
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Following Up with 2011 Winners

Continued Success by Top 50 Water Tech Competition Winners Final applications for the 2012 Top 50 will be sent out to the jury this week, who will soon begin to evaluate water tech companies based on their technology, application of that technology and business viability.  Last year’s winners have achieved much success since the awards- […]

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Chris Morrison on Business Viability

This morning, Chris Morrison, VP of Strategic Sales at Nalco, an Ecolab company, spoke at the Top 50 Fellows’ Forum. Chris is the Chairman of the team of judges assessing the business viability of the companies contending for the Artemis Project’s Top 50 Water Tech Awards.  He led a discussion on what it takes for […]

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Competition out of Singapore

Water Tech Start-Ups coming out at Singapore International Water Week Last week Laura Shenkar led the first-ever boot-camp for water-technology start-ups from Singapore at the Singapore International Water Week.  As a densely populated island-city-state, careful management of water resources is especially necessitated- a factor that may make it a hot-spot for water technology development.  And […]

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Waste Not…

How New Water Tech Uses Wastewater To Meet Energy Needs Clean water and energy are limited resources under increasing demand, but waste is in high supply.  Necessary for the health of people and ecosystems, wastewater treatment has also been very energy-intensive.  Though most are looking to reduce energy use, power still accounts for 25%-40% of […]

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2011 Top 50 Winners: Where Are They Now?

Following The Water Tech Industry’s New Leaders The 2011 Artemis Top 50 are showing leadership in the water tech industry with some significant gains to announce. Now that the applications for this year’s Top 50 are currently rolling in, we can take a look back at what those named as the most promising water tech […]

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