water chip

June 26, 2013

A prototype "water chip" developed by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin in collaboration with a startup company.

A prototype "water chip" developed by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin in collaboration with a startup company.

For more information, contact: Daniel Oppenheimer, Hogg Foundation, 512 745 3353.

2 Comments to "water chip"

1.  bryan said on Sept. 1, 2013

when will a portable drinking vessel be on the market,i am on barrow island western australia,& have no choice but to drink desal water,the chip sounds very interesting, regards bryan

2.  GUILLERMO MONARDESS said on Oct. 13, 2013

Vivo en Santiago de Chile veo nuestra gran costa marítima gran riqueza el agua pero salada la mitad de mi país es seco tiene riquezas minerales pero agua consumible poca la osmosis inversa hasta ahora es cara necesitamos luego esto wáter chip.
Dio los bendiga necesitamos esto

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