Scientists offer to help


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  • Saturday, 20 Jul 2019

Working together: Prof Brian Helmuth from Northeastern University (centre, in shorts) explaining to students and officers from Cemacs before planting a permanent data logger on a rock in Teluk Bahang beach to record data on water pollution in the area.

GEORGE TOWN: Twenty scientists from various disciplines have offer­ed to help monitor marine pollution in Penang.

Made up of chemists, biologists, hydrologists and experts in plankton, fish diseases and nutrients in the water, the group told the state government it is willing to form a taskforce for the purpose.

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