COVID-19 wastewater efforts confront long-term questions
U.S. · POLITICS
May 16, 20225 min read1075 words
Published: May 16, 2022  |  5 min read1075 words
In February 2020, environmental engineers Aaron Bivins and Kyle Bibby launched an informal collaborative with a few fellow researchers, hoping to share tips and strategies on monitoring wastewater for signs of the burgeoning COVID-19 pandemic. By April 2022, that group ballooned ...
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