UW students develop low-cost solar-powered water purification system

December 28, 2010 by  
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Eco Factor: Low-cost water disinfection system powered by solar energy. The idea of using solar energy for purifying water has been around for ages and is still practiced in different parts of the globe. However, now a team of students from the University of Washington have come up with a bright idea taking a little bit of technical help to devise a low-cost solution to a global problem

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Over a Hundred Massive Icebergs Heading Towards New Zealand (Photos)

November 25, 2009 by  
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Photo via New Zeal Ships passing through the southern Pacific Ocean have been issued a warming: beware of hundreds of massive icebergs. Seems that they’ve broken off of an Antarctic ice floe and are now drifting towards New Zealand.

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