FGCU: South Florida becomes epicenter of new algae study

FGCU: South Florida becomes epicenter of new algae study

Researchers from FGCU’s water school are working on a new, state-of-the-art study alongside researchers at Florida Atlantic University to better understand how much algae exposure is bad for humans. The new study also hones in on how people suffering COVID side effects are impacted by toxic algae blooms.

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