Scientists are working on a device that could one day harvest up to 10 gallons of drinking water per hour from thin air
A team of scientists at the University of Akron in Ohio is working to solve one of the most pressing issues humanity will face in the future: access to fresh, clean drinking water. To do that, the team is developing a prototype water harvester that can essentially produce up to 10 gallons per hour of drinking water from thin air. "Every human should be entitled to fresh water," Dr. Josh Wong, a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Akron, told Business Insider. "Not just the 0.1%"