Inventor Awarded For Sea Snake

Ieee Spectrum: Yemm invented the so-called “sea snake” while working on his doctoral degree at the University of Edinburgh. To this point, his company has achieved several firsts. In addition to the breakthrough of generating electric power that was routed through an undersea cable to the Portuguese coastal town of Aguçadoura, Pelamis is still the

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The Water Revolution

Inc.: Perhaps no one understands the value of water better than a farmer. Most people regard water as a limitless resource, but farmers are all too familiar with its limits. So it’s fitting, then, that one of the most innovative technologies to recently enter the world of water conservation was invented not by a highly

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The Water Sommelier

When I hear the word sommelier, I think of a wine professional; someone who tastes wine for a living. It seems I was too narrow in my definition. In Germany, there’s a water sommelier who can help you choose which water to go with your meal. Water from Northern Germany tastes fizzy. Spanish water tastes

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Making Clean Water

Reuters: A defense contractor better known for building jet fighters and lethal missiles says it has found a way to slash the amount of energy needed to remove salt from seawater, potentially making it vastly cheaper to produce clean water at a time when scarcity has become a global security issue. The process, officials and

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