Solar-powered harvester sucks drinkable water out of thin air

Although there are trillions of liters of water floating around in the air, it’s not easily accessible for those who need it. Now engineers at UC Berkeley have developed a device powered only by the Sun that can pluck practical quantities of drinkable water out of thin air, and they’ve successfully field-tested it in the Arizona desert…
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