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Microbe-pollutant interactions between fluorinated fire-fighting foams and bioremediation of hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents - Livestream

Microbes are fantastic chemists that can alter the fate of contaminants, but co-occurring contaminants can inhibit or stimulate microbial processes.  In this talk we will look at case studies with per- and poly-flourinated alkyl substances (PFAS), highly flourinated and sometimes called forever chemicals, and how hydrocarbon bioremediation impacts the fate of PFAS.  Likewise, we will look at how PFAS impacts trichloroethylene biotransformation.

Speaker: Christopher Olivares, UC Berkeley

Tuesday, 03/09/21


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