Medicine & TechnologyDrinking from contaminated water sources is a big problem across counties around the world. A group of Chinese researchers has now come up with a new system to purify drinking water using solar power and specific bacteria.
Stanford and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory scientists created a new solar powered device to produce hydrogen peroxide for water purification purpose. this device only needs 1.7-volt to power up and it is divided into three stages to complete the process.
Researchers from Rochester Institute of Technology are planning to manipulate Carbon Nanotube as a nest generation water filter media. As carbon nanotube dislikes water, so during filtration it would absorb all organic compounds and let the water go.