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Water is essential to life, to our health, and the stability of our world. Yet a complete scientific description of the material itself eludes us.
Join physicist Dr. Adam D. Wexler in exploring how an unfamiliar phenomenon from the early industrial revolution is providing a new opportunity to understand water and life.
Dr. Adam D. Wexler, originally from New York City, has been working in the field of water research since 2006 and began studying the floating water bridge in 2010. Originally trained as a botanist, and later working in healthcare he became curious about the physical link between water and life. Adam is currently the head of advanced microscopy and optical metrology as well as a member of the applied water physics group at Wetsus – European Center of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology located in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands.
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