Nanotech for a sustainable future

Geoffrey Waterhouse's research has led to the invention of low cost sensors to detect pollution and viruses and technology to remove pollutants from soil and water.

Geoffrey Waterhouse
Associate Professor Geoffrey Waterhouse: nanotech for sustainability.

Geoffrey Waterhouse from the Faculty of Science explains in this video how nanotechnology and chemistry offer ways to create a more sustainable future. His research was recognised at the 2021 Te Taumata Rangahau|Research Excellence Awards from the University of Auckland. 

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