From printer toner to algae, PARC separates hydrodynamically

Lux recently spoke with Cory Lancaster, an engineer at Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) and member of the team developing PARC's hydrodynamic separation technology for micron-scale particles. PARC, a Xerox company, began exploring ways to remove printer toner particles from rinse water in 2007, w...

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