The University of Whitewater has undergraduate research students every year looking for projects to work on. This past year Alyssa Moy, and Jenna Smith took on a component of our Water POD that is intended to combat against E. coli bacteria. Alyssa and Jenna teamed up to develop a procedure to determine that the component was filtering properly. Their hard work and dedication to their research got them featured in an on campus video interview. The girls discussed their work and outstanding results. Stonehouse is fortunate to have built a relationship with the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and its’ students.
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