The UV-Tube in the lab. Dirty water comes in, clean water comes out.
Caption by: Bill Detwiler
Florentino Mota, a community outreach worker in Mexico, installs a UV-Tube developed by UC Berkeley researchers.
| July 20, 2006
| Topic: Tech Industry
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