What You Need to Know About Microplastics

LifeStraw filters have a maximum pore size of 0.2 microns—meaning they can filter contaminants of that size and greater.


A PSA on PFAS: How can you filter them from your drinking water?

What does a microwave popcorn bag, a nonstick pan and nail polish all have in common? These products frequently contain chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, that are severely threatening public health and water sources around the world.


Rising to the Challenge of Malaria Elimination Through R&D

The Vestergaard-Noguchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research (NMIMR) Vector Labs at the University of Ghana was created as a way to malaria elimination through R&D.


The Worldwide Threat of Substandard Nets

The lack of clear quality standards for LLINs threatens the rate of progress to eliminate malaria.


Lessons from India: Innovative Public-Private Partnerships

As we confront COVID-19, India provides lessons on the value of public-private partnerships (PPP) in the fight against malaria.