This device uses the sun to pull clean drinking water out of desert air

In Kenya, where a three-year-long drought was declared a national disaster in February, getting a drink of water can mean walking five miles or more to a well that may or may not be dry. A new device under development now shows how someone in a future drought–or the hundreds of millions of people who lack access to clean drinking water in everyday life–could have water at home. Even in the middle of a desert, the

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This device uses the sun to pull clean drinking water out of desert air

In Kenya, where a three-year-long drought was declared a national disaster in February, getting a drink of water can mean walking five miles or more to a well that may or may not be dry. A new device under development now shows how someone in a future drought–or the hundreds of millions of people who lack access to clean drinking water in everyday life–could have water at home. Even in the middle of a desert, the

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