Mining-polluted water a potential source of antibiotics
from Bay Today
Research from Laurentian University in Sudbury is showing that waterbodies located within five kilometres of abandoned Northern Ontario mine sites could be a potential new source of antibiotics. Led by Dr. J.A. Scott, a professor of bioengineering at the Bharti School of Engineering, the research was published in a recent issue of
, a journal that features work related to the scientific study of algae, or phycology.
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