Scientist of the University of California helped in invention of the water – harvesting device. This machine extracts water from the atmosphere, with no electricity.

Omar Yaghi of the University of California, Berkeley, helped invent a sponge-like metal compound that harvests water molecules out of the atmosphere at night and then releases it as a liquid upon exposure to sunlight. A prototype water-harvesting device jointly developed by Omar Yaghi and MIT. It contains a metal-organic framework that captures water from the atmosphere at night. Then the device heats up in the daytime when exposed to sunlight, releasing the stored water as a liquid. No electricity is required.Kyunho Kim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Water is all around us. The only problem is that it remains […]

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