We recently published the Winter 2020 issue of our magazine, txH2O, highlighting the connection between water and health, such as pathogens, poverty, PFAS and other water-health issues and developing potential solutions.
Check out these articles :
- Pervasive Problem: Texas researchers are taking on the task of removing long-lasting PFAS from the environment
- Protecting Drinking Water: How does EPA develop standards for contaminants?
- Determining Friend from Foe: Researchers creating new system to screen millions of unknown bacteria, one at a time, to uncover pathogens
- Water Quality Challenges in Irrigation: Researchers work on solving health concerns associated with transferring pathogens from water to crops
- Working Wonders with Ferrate: Virender Sharma’s life mission: Using a natural element to clean water
- Health at the Nexus of Water Insecurity: Water safety, availability and reliability impact physical, mental health
- Lead in Texas water?: Texas A&M researchers studying lead in Houston neighborhood’s drinking water
- Protecting Our Water: Institute works with partners to improve water quality in East Texas
- Kathy Wythe’s TWRI Water Footprint: Long-time TWRI communications manager retires
TWRI interviewed experts from Texas A&M University’s Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Department of Geography, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering; Texas A&M School of Public Health, Texas A&M AgriLife Research’s National Center for Electron Beam Research, Texas A&M College of Medicine’s Department of Microbial Pathogenesis, University of Florida’s Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Angelina & Neches River Authority and Stephen F. Austin State University.
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txH2O magazine features stories on current water resources research and outreach programs in Texas and priority water issues facing the state.