MIT Creates Desalination Chip That Can Produce Drinkable Water

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 25, 2010 • References: & psfk
No bigger than a postage stamp, this desalination chip may nevertheless solve many thirsty problems in the near future. Exactly what its name belies, it desalts undrinkable water, which will be a blessing in many remote areas.

Kudos to the researchers over at MIT for creating the desalination chip. Using little energy, it is capable of pumping four gallons of drinkable water per hour. It removes 99% of inhabiting harmful contaminants. Stats for Clean Water Breakthroughs Trending: Older & Average
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