Natasha Wright discusses her team’s solar desalination pilot in India on Global Waters Radio.
Tata Fellow uses his affinity for mathematics to research ways to reuse contaminated water from textile mills in India.
His Tata Center-developed technology uses plant xylem to remove contaminants.
System designed by Tata Center and MIT Mechanical Engineering researchers brings clean water to off-grid communities.
Your chance to ask Prof. Amos Winter and Tata Fellow Natasha Wright anything about solar water desalination and the life of an MIT researcher.
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Researchers in the Tata Center for Technology and Design and collaborator Jain Irrigation Systems have developed a solar-powered electrodialysis desalination system that could significantly increase the groundwater available for drinking in Indian villages.
Wright’s system for desalinating water using solar power is set for a pilot demonstration in India.
Research from an MIT Tata Center team led by Professor James Wescoat is making strategic planning of India’s rural water systems possible for the first time.
Tata Fellow and MIT PhD student makes water safe to drink for rural Indian villages using solar-powered desalination.