Detecting a lethal poison in drinking water
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Detecting a lethal poison in drinking water

Millions of people in Bangladesh are at risk from drinking water containing arsenic. It causes skin lesions and cancer.

Scientists hope a new test can identify problem wells and save lives.

A video by Richard Kenny for People Fixing the World

  • 06 Sep 2019
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