A Novel Approach for Removing Microplastics From Water

A Texas A&M AgriLife study shows fungal isolates can remediate potentially harmful microplastics in aqueous environment

A Novel Approach for Removing Microplastics From Water

Susie Dai, Ph.D., an associate professor in Texas A&M’s Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, has been studying the remediation of microplastics and PFAS. (Photo by Michael Miller, Texas A&M Agrilife)

A new study led by Texas A&M AgriLife Research has identified what may be a novel biological approach for removing extremely small and potentially dangerous plastic particles from water.

The study, called “Microplastics removal in the aquatic environment via fungal...

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