Skip to main content
Logo

News

Small but mighty – using nanomaterials to provide communities with clean drinking water

165

Back to News
 Photo by Terry Vlisidis on Unsplash

Small but mighty – using nanomaterials to provide communities with clean drinking water

Tiny technology with life-changing potential for communities. Nanotechnology researcher, Anita Etale, Global Climate Change Institute at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, is a FLAIR (Future Leaders – African Independent Research) grantee. She used her FLAIR funding to research the use of nanomaterials to produce clean water from the contaminated supply produced from mine draining. Here’s her research journey from material investigation to community engagement.

Read full blog here.