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Outsmarting pathogens: research aims to solve key filtration challenges

By the year 2025 it is projected that nearly 2 billion people will live in areas of water scarcity. These projections point to the need for advanced water and wastewater treatment technologies to provide options for an ever-increasing water demand. One of the steps in water decontamination is filtration, to remove harmful pathogens like bacteria, viruses and other unwanted particles.


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