Watermelon rind cheaply filters arsenic in ground water: study

SciDev.net
August 20, 2018
By SciDev.net
London, U.K. – Watermelon rind has been shown by researchers in Pakistan to be capable of cheaply and efficiently removing arsenic from ground water. The team won funding from Grand Challenges Canada in 2014 to develop the technology. SciDev.net reports. | READ MORE

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