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Microbiologist uses Georgia’s plentiful kaolin to remove bacteria from water

Kaolin – a soft white clay mined in Georgia and used in a variety of products – has a new application thanks to a microbiology professor and his students, who recently discovered its ability to remove 100 percent E. coli and 99 percent of other bacteria from water.

Ecology students make conservation impact in Bahamas

San Salvador is a 63-square-mile island with a population of 1,000. Its unique ecosystem of beaches, coral reefs, marshes and mangrove swamps make it a perfect laboratory for Georgia College ecology students.

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