30 Apr '17, 11am

Researchers develop solar-powered device to harvest water in the desert

Researchers develop solar-powered device to harvest water in the desert

Researchers develop solar-powered device to harvest water in the desert 04/14/2017 BY: Lacy Cooke Flip It Share Tweet Pin Start Slideshow Displaying ad for 5 seconds Start Slideshow Water Harvester MOFs Scientists have created a device that can harvest water in the desert. 1 Water Harvesting Device The device utilizes compounds called metal-organic frameworks. 2 1/2 Water Harvester MOFs Scientists have created a device that can harvest water in the desert. READ MORE...

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