Defense Contractor Gets Into The Clean Water Business

on Monday, Mar. 18th

Shades of Tony Stark?

I caught this on Marketplace Morning Report on the way into the office today and knew I had to share:

Defense contractor Lockheed Martin has discovered a way to make desalination 100 times more efficient. And that could have a big impact on bringing clean drinking water to the developing world.

Another sign that there is a coming materials revolution thanks to graphene… I guess I should have tagged that with a spoiler alert. Yes, it is graphene, that wonder-material we shared with you a short time ago, which is responsible for this breakthrough. Interesting bit: Lockheed Martin see clean water as a global security issue.


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