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Grant: Erica Marti
Erica Marti (Civil and Environmental Engineering) was awarded $189,945 by the National Science Foundation for her project “RII Track-4: Advanced Techniques for Assessing Toxicity and Chemical Uptake in Plants in Water Reuse Solutions.” The project aims to study the effects in food, water, and health that result from the chemical disinfection of alternative water supplies. In addition, research studies will be conducted over two summers at George Washington University developing comprehensive bioassays and using LAESI-MS to monitor the chemical transformations in plants.
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