Powering Emriver Geomodels with batteries

Powering Emriver Geomodels with batteries

Students experimenting with an Emriver Em2 geomodel. There’s nothing quite as cool as running an Emriver model next to an actual river! It’s a fantastic way to teach fluvial geomorphology. Our Em2 and Em3 models are designed for portability, and you can...

Kids’ Lab at the University of Basel Explores River Science

Kids’ Lab at the University of Basel Explores River Science

Dr. Nikolaus Kuhn and Debora Haller work with students at the Kid’s Lab. Photo by Brigitte Kuhn. The University of Basel’s Kids’ Lab illustrates the world of natural science to children between 6 and 12 years of age by engaging them in hands-on exploration....

Our Em2 and Emflume1 models at AGU 2014

Our Em2 and Emflume1 models at AGU 2014

Last month several of us went to the American Geophysical Union fall meeting. The meeting had record attendance! Over 24,000 science professionals and students converged in San Francisco from many parts of the world. People poured into our booth to see our Emriver Em2...


The Summer of Flumes

The Summer of Flumes

We’ve had an exciting summer at LRRD. After six years of development, the Emflume1 is now on three continents, and we seem to be busier than ever. Back in May, Emflume1 users at the University of Adelaide Australian School of Petroleum sent us several photos, and...