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October 20th, 2005

UCF Researchers to Develop Water Purification System

Abstract:
The National Science Foundation has asked two University of Central Florida researchers to quickly develop a unique water purification system to aid victims of Hurricane Katrina and other disasters. The professors were awarded a $10,000 startup grant from NSF this month as part of a rapid response program designed to support research that can directly benefit those affected by Katrina.

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University of Central Florida

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