How science helps identify the biggest polluters
Microplastics can be found in oceans, lakes, rivers and streams.
It can be detected in our soil, air and even in organisms. Millions of tonnes are released into the environment worldwide every year.
But where and how do microplastics end up in the environment? And how do we detect these tiny particles?
|Date||8 Nov 2021|
|Topic||Mikroplastik: Ein Problem für die Menschheit|
|Speaker||Dr. Korinna Altmann, Division Physical and Chemical Analysis of Polymers|