Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, November 18th, 2001
While experts across the country work to develop better detection technology, researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia are developing a process that can destroy chemical or biological toxins quickly, completely and safely.
According to Sunggyu "K.B." Lee, professor and chair of chemical engineering at MU, his research group has implemented a technology that destroys 100% of toxins in a contaminated area. This process is called supercritical water oxidation, or SCWO, and Lee believes it...
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