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Estuaries could power us to a low-carbon future
When freshwater meets saltwater, there's energy to be captured.
Jellyfish use high-powered ‘syringes’ to shoot venom into your skin
Someday, we could use those mechanics for drug delivery or advanced tech.
This graphene filter could make it cheaper to drink seawater
We'll drink to that
This Power Generator Runs on Saltwater
Estuaries could be a big source of electricity
The Mystery of Wrinkly-When-Wet Fingers, Solved
Mystery of the century, you guys. No, the millenium. All times. A new paper in the journal Brain, Behavior and … Continued
Renovating American Infrastructure, Step 2: Water
Replacing treatment plants that use too much power, and 19th-century networks of leaky pipes
World’s First Osmotic Power Plant Goes Live in Norway
The groundbreaking plant produces about enough power to make a pot of delicious coffee