The International Hydrological Programme (IHP) is the only intergovernmental programme of the UN system devoted to water research, water resources management, and education and capacity building.
Researchers in Aalto University have developed a new concept for computing, using water droplets as bits of digital information. This was enabled by the discovery that upon collision with each other on a highly water-repellent surface, two water droplets rebound like billiard balls.
In downtown Kiev, on a high hill, in the middle of Kreshchatiy Park, there are two old water towers, aged more than 130 years, which are the architectural monuments their self. In one of them the Museum of Water is situated. The museum was opened in 2003 after the tower reconstruction.
The "Water Light Graffiti" is a surface made of thousands of LED illuminated by the contact of water. You can use a paintbrush, a water atomizer or anything damp to sketch a brightness message or just to draw. Water Light Graffiti is a wall for ephemeral messages in the urban space.