Desalination

09.05.17
Scientists use molecular 'sieve' to purify water
09.05.17

Scientists use molecular 'sieve' to purify water

The new desalination technology is inexpensive and energy efficient.

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06.19.17
Researchers can now desalinate seawater with the power of the Sun
06.19.17

Researchers can now desalinate seawater with the power of the Sun

...and pull up to 6 potable liters per hour from it.

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10.27.16
ICYMI: Real-time drawing collaboration and sippable seawater
10.27.16

ICYMI: Real-time drawing collaboration and sippable seawater

Google wants to sell you a screen to share ideas, then store it all in GDrive.

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09.17.16
Six technologies that produce clean, safe drinking water
09.17.16

Six technologies that produce clean, safe drinking water

Computer chips and offshore plants help desalinate some water supplies.

By I. ,  09.17.16
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04.03.16
6 gadgets that provide fresh water to those who need it most
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04.03.16

6 gadgets that provide fresh water to those who need it most

One is a bike-mounted bottle that fills itself.

By I. ,  04.03.16
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12.27.10
Inhabitat's Week in Green: rocket fuel, recycled jeans, and the electric eel powered Christmas tree
12.27.10

Inhabitat's Week in Green: rocket fuel, recycled jeans, and the electric eel powered Christmas tree

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clea...

By I. ,  12.27.10
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04.11.10
Inhabitat's Week In Green: solar panels, solar planes, solar trains
04.11.10

Inhabitat's Week In Green: solar panels, solar planes, solar trains

The Week in Green is a new item from our friends at Inhabitat, recapping the week's most inter...

By I. ,  04.11.10
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11.08.06
Wave-powered Edinburgh Duck desalinates seawater
11.08.06

Wave-powered Edinburgh Duck desalinates seawater

Sure, in theory we could use the LifeStraw to purify enough water to quench the thirst of thousands...

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