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Better Graphene Oxide Membranes for Water Purification

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17 April 2018 – Larger interlayer distance improves water permeability and stability

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Harvesting Fog with "Harps"

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31 March 2018 – Improved design for collecting drinking water

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High-Flux Water Desalination

Author: Charlotte Koschnik

23 March 2018 – Nanoporous carbon composite membranes for fast water desalination

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Purifying Water with Nanofibrous MOF Membranes

Author: Irene Maluenda

02 March 2018 – Metal-organic frameworks on nanofibers remove lead and mercury

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Information on Global Water Quality

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03 February 2018 – Worldwide water quality data for all inland and coastal waters

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Improving Water Decontamination

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08 January 2018 – Synthesis of Ag@AgSCN plasmonic nanostructures with enhanced photocatalytic performance

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Low-Cost and Pump-Free Water Desalination

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16 December 2017 – Fabric-based method could be useful for remote areas

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Bacteria on Sand Grains

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09 December 2017 – Amazing number and diversity of bacteria detected on sediment grains

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Searching for Christmas Presents?

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01 December 2017 – Editors recommend science-themed holiday gift ideas

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Magnetic Material Removes Antibiotics from Water

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24 November 2017 – Hyper-crosslinked polymers adsorb chloramphenicol and tetracycline

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