Sunlight, nanoparticles, and magnets wipe out toxic algae

Read the full story in Centered.

Rising temperatures are contributing to the increase in blue-green algae blooms, especially in Midwestern waterways. Students and faculty at Southern Illinois University received a $25,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to advance a concept that combines sunlight and nanomaterials to combat algae blooms.

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