Penn State research team members, sitting, from left to right, Emma Clement, professor Stephanie Butler Velegol, and Adam Uliana helped members of Pivot Works, a wastewater treatment plant, study the use of the Moringa seed as a potential clumping agent. The Penn State team traveled to Pivot Works’ headquarters in Kigali, Rwanda, over the summer to conduct the research. Penn State Photo provided
Penn State research team members, sitting, from left to right, Emma Clement, professor Stephanie Butler Velegol, and Adam Uliana helped members of Pivot Works, a wastewater treatment plant, study the use of the Moringa seed as a potential clumping agent. The Penn State team traveled to Pivot Works’ headquarters in Kigali, Rwanda, over the summer to conduct the research. Penn State Photo provided

Poop there it is: Seed could provide developing countries key to clean water

October 28, 2016 06:34 PM

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