MIT Researchers Make Salt Water Drinkable With Solar Technology

As drought and water shortages become more of a concern in places like California, scientists are looking for new ways to solve the problem.

One solution recently came from MIT, where a team was able to come up with a way of turning salt water into drinking water. The process uses solar power and is environmentally sustainable. It was reported that the process can convert 2,100 gallons of salt water into drinking water in just 24 hours.

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Analisando o metabolismo das cidades, através da observação de dinâmicas espaciais, identidades comunitárias e da energia limpa em tempos de transição. Analyzing the metabolism of cities, through the observation of spatial dynamics, community identities and clean energy in times of transition.

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