Where ideas meet impact: Startup aims to revolutionize water testing with a digital device

Where ideas meet impact: Startup aims to revolutionize water testing with a digital device

Tech startup Drinkable Water Solutions leveraged various Dalhousie programs in its mission to transform consumer water testing with a handheld digital device that detects a wide range of toxic elements whose presence means the difference between safe and unsafe drinking water.  Read more.

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