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Superfund Research Program
Graphene-Based Nanosensor Device for Rapid, Onsite Detection of Total Lead in Tap Water
Project Leader: James C. Hill
Grant Number: R44ES028656
Funding Period: Phase II: September 2019 - August 2021
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NIEHS-Funded Technology to Detect Lead in Water Goes Commercial
SRP News Page - May 2022
NanoAffix Science, LLC developed a new portable device to detect lead in tap water in real time. The team launched its first commercial device, called NanoAquaSense, at the Water Quality Association’s Annual Convention in early April. Their technology is funded through the NIEHS Small Business and Innovation Research program.