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ODAKtr Seminar: Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria: Occurrence and removal from Urban Wastewater - Shared screen with speaker view
Coşkun Fırat
01:05:14
I see the ARB is spreaded along the "sun belt". İs ARB related to high temp regions (tropical) or it is because of the progress level (in terms of wealth, science etc) of the country?
Coşkun Fırat
01:11:50
Does AR of bacteria occur naturally or because of the human using ABs wrongly?
Coşkun Fırat
01:14:49
Do you think chemicals used for waste water treatment increase ARB?
Pinar Zeynep Culfaz Emecen
01:17:48
Is there any chance that bacteria might also get resistant to the inactivation processes (chlorination, ozone, UV, etc.) used? If yes, or if you think this is possible, which of the inactivation technologies would be most reliable?
Coşkun Fırat
01:20:00
Is it possible to "create" human/animal friendly bacteria to kill the ARBs?
Coşkun Fırat
01:23:06
or is there any research about micro-algae that "eat" ARB?
Gözde Taylan
01:31:57
I was wondering why you use compound parabolic collector. Why not parabolic trough or linear Fresnel? Thanks!
Coşkun Fırat
01:31:59
did you ever tried TiO2+semiconductor photocatalyts which they claim that they might be more effective on water treatment
Pinar Zeynep Culfaz Emecen
01:39:17
Did you do the AOP degradation of the ARB and ARG together in the water or separately (thinking of why ARG are not degraded)?
Coşkun Fırat
01:53:02
yYes, but to collect/remove algae more easier
Coşkun Fırat
01:57:17
Thanks for the presentation.
Houman Farshineh Adl
02:04:10
Thanks for the informative presentation, I'd like to thank Dr. Polo and hosts of the seminar, especially Prof. Baker for arranging this seminar.
Pinar Zeynep Culfaz Emecen
02:04:18
Thank you for the nice talk!
Deniz Değirmenci
02:04:47
Thanks for the presentation.
Ceren kocaman
02:05:24
Thank you for the presentation
Toprak Çağlar
02:05:42
Thank you for the presentation:)