USF scientist John Paul, one of the device developers, extracts a small amount of grouper to show how the new portable device performs the ‘GrouperChek‘ test.
USF scientist John Paul, one of the device developers, extracts a small amount of grouper to show how the new portable device performs the ‘GrouperChek‘ test. CHERIE DIAZ Tampa Bay Times
USF scientist John Paul, one of the device developers, extracts a small amount of grouper to show how the new portable device performs the ‘GrouperChek‘ test. CHERIE DIAZ Tampa Bay Times

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