The test that could save millions from drinking arsenic
6 September 2019
Professor of Microbiology Joanne Santini shares insights into her discovery.
Professor Joanne Santini (UCL Structural & Molecular Biology, Division of Biosciences) talks about her discovery of an arsenic-eating bacterium, affectionately known as Mr Tickle, which is being used to detect arsenic in drinking water. See link below.
BBC World Service’s ‘People Fixing the World’ (from 9 mins 38 secs)