alexa Tiny protozoa may hold key to world water safety

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Tiny protozoa may hold key to world water safety

A new development of a sensor that employs one-celled protozoa to detect toxins in water sources is discovered. The new technique works by introducing protozoa into small chambers with water samples taken from municipal, industrial, or military water sources and comparing them to control samples. Any alteration of the protozoa's swimming mechanics is a sign that water conditions have changed and chemical or biological contaminants -- pesticides, industrial chemicals, or biological warfare agents -- may be present. Advantage is that it provides virtually instantaneous feedback on the water supply's safety.

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