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Microplastics Accumulate in Marine Organisms and Could Threaten Human Health

News   Jun 01, 2018 | Original Story from the National University of Singapore.

 
Microplastics Accumulate in Marine Organisms and Could Threaten Human Health

A research team from the National University of Singapore discovered that nanoplastics are easily ingested by barnacle larvae and they can accumulate in the bodies of the larvae over time. Mr Samarth Bhargava (left) and Ms Serina Lee (right) are members of the research team. Credit: the National University of Singapore.

 
 
 

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