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Quench Your Thirst, Even in the Desert

News   Aug 28, 2019 | Original story from the University of California - Berkeley.

 
Quench Your Thirst, Even in the Desert

Berkeley graduate student Nikita Hanikel, Grant Glover of the University of South Alabama and Berkeley postdoc Mathieu Prévot display the water collected from the water harvester last fall in the Mojave Desert. Credit: Mathieu Prévot, UC Berkeley.

 
 
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