MIT creates tool that may end thirst, even in the desert

As summer begins to heat up across most of the United States, one issue that doesn’t seem to go away is drought–especially in dry or desert climates. Deserts make up a third of earth’s surface (and oceans are 71%). Neither of these environments has traditionally been easy to live in, in large part because of the scarcity of fresh, drinkable water. Water exists in our atmosphere, too, but at levels so faint that it’s generally

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MIT creates tool that may end thirst, even in the desert

As summer begins to heat up across most of the United States, one issue that doesn’t seem to go away is drought–especially in dry or desert climates. Deserts make up a third of earth’s surface (and oceans are 71%). Neither of these environments has traditionally been easy to live in, in large part because of the scarcity of fresh, drinkable water. Water exists in our atmosphere, too, but at levels so faint that it’s generally

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