A DIY Project Aims to Gather More Data About Lake Algae

ErieHack Finalists move their crowd-powered spectrometers forward. A crowd sourcing effort is in the works to monitor toxic algae that is polluting Lake Erie.University of Akron science professor Hunter King and his students are developing affordable, do-it-yourself measuring devices that the public will be able to build or buy.King says they want to get materials in the hands of volunteer groups and schools to measure local water sources. . .READ MORE

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