Friday, July 31, 2015

National Science Foundation Article on Water Quality and Health:

Dr Kathleen Alexander's Coupled Natural Human Systems research program (conducted through a partnership between CARACAL and Virginia Tech, and funded by the National Science Foundation) features this week on the NSF's home page! The NSF is an independent US federal agency "created by Congress in 1950 to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare..." It is perhaps the most prestigious research organisation in the world, and has an annual operating budget of $7.3Bn! Click on the link below to read the NSF's full article on Dr Alexander's program, which is working on the interconnectedness of human and natural systems and the manner in which wildlife species provide clues as to the spread of antibiotic resistance in Africa and around the world:

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