Pulling Clean Drinking Water from Thin Air

One of the methods for sourcing drinking water zones afflicted by dry season is by harvesting it from the air, and now another material created by researchers in the US could make this dubious deed less demanding than any time in recent memory.  Specialists at Harvard University have taken motivation from an assortment of water-gathering attributes in various normal species to create what could be an unrivalled composite framework for collecting and transporting air H20. Life forms, for example, cacti and desert beetles can make due in dry situations since they’ve advanced instruments to gather water from the slight air. […]

Now Light goes–infinity Fast in Telecommunication

#Harvard’s Researchers recently announced that they had successfully developed that, light can travel fast, up-to infinity.It is designing the first chip of material which have a refractive index be zero, that mean the light can travel at infinity fast. This new material was developed in Eric Mazur lab at #SEAS (School of Engineering and Applied Science),the professor is described in the journal Nature Photonics Nature Photonics. “Light doesn’t typically like to be squeezed or manipulated, but this metamaterial permits you to manipulate light from one chip to another, to squeeze, bend, twist and reduce the diameter of a beam from the macroscale to the […]

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