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Arizona State University (ASU) : Center for Environmental Biotechnology

The Center for Environmental Biotechnology focuses on developing microbiological systems that capture or develop renewable resources and also prevent or clean up environmental pollution. Our team combines engineering approaches with microbiology and chemistry to reclaim polluted water and generate energy from waste substances. Center researchers combine engineering with microbiology, molecular biology, and chemistry in order to gain an integrated understanding of how microbial ecosystems work and can be controlled to reclaim polluted water, generate energy from waste substances, and improve the public health and sustainability


1001 S. McAllister Ave, PO Box 875101
Tempe, AZ 85287-5101 USA
(480) 727-8322

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