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How nanotechnology saved a contaminated lake in Peru Tea After

How nanotechnology saved a contaminated lake in Peru Tea After


The Morikawa familiy in Peru © Héctor Lozano

2010 - 2014: The El Cascajo wetlands before and after decontamination © Cascajo team

Migratory birds in the El Cascajo wetlands © Cascajo team

Michelle F Bowman

The Land of the Giants

Lima, the horrible. "

... shore of Lake Titicaca, Peru. According to environmental activists, villagers' cattle and crops are dying due to contamination. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

Moss Graffiti: Let it green!

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Kingii – the wristband that saves you from drowning


The story of Peru's first transgender politician

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Did you know.

The Algorithm Lawyer

Moss Graffiti: Let it green!

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Cocoa planters ©Astrid Gutsche

How Augmented Reality helps to avoid phantom limb pain

Héctor Lozano Gonzáles

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The Slum Challenge – More Than Just a Game

That's how tech looks on google.

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Starry Night: Glowing Cycle Lanes and Smart Road Markings

The well water in Egypt's Western Desert is orange because of its high iron content. ©Autarcon

After payment, the tap is unlocked and the water starts running. ©Autarcon

and that is the search result for science.

Saving newborns' lives with a hypothermia monitoring bracelet

The impact site in Peru, filled with arsenic tainted water. Miguel Carrasco/La Razon/Reuters

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Turning Moss into a Living Power Plant

Do you believe everything you read?

A refugee family found a new home on the family's farm.

soulbottles: Forget Plastic!

Vincent van Gogh: Starry Night, 1889

Somaliland project design.

Somaliland project design.

SMS for Health

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The floating Dutchman

Smart Highway: Glowing Lines



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The answer comes from Antarctica's frozen lakes

Panoramic view of the hilltop Black Church and Sevan Lake

One of the world's first self-sustaining water treatment plants | Tea After Twelve

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... of Natural Resources gave the go-ahead to Taiwanese tech manufacturer Foxconn to siphon off seven million gallons of water per day from Lake Michigan, ...

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Archaeobotany: who brought fruit trees to Sardinia?

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BluePRO Water Filtration System: Saving Water Resources and Money

Fishermen on Periya Kalapuwa lagoon

Elemental selenium precipitation on selenium homospheres. Red elemental nano sele- nium spheres in water

Listed here, are the latest International food detection reports for radioactive isotope contamination.

... however, it does support species such as brine shrimp and brine flies. Fort Peck Lake in Montana is the fifth largest lake west of the Mississippi and ...