Startup company BaseTrace applies DNA tracer technology to track contamination from hydraulic fracturing
Rich Whitworth |
Fracking is a hot-button issue. So, when they co-invented a technology to identify associated contamination problems, Justine Chow and Jake Rudulph saw an opportunity. They set up a company together, BaseTrace (www.basetrace.com), to commercialize it. Here, they answer our questions.
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