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SmartFarm device harvests air moisture for autonomous, self-sustaining urban farming – Phys.org

A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has recently developed a simple solution to address two of the world’s biggest problems—water…

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A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has recently developed a simple solution to address two of the world’s biggest problemswater scarcity and food shortage. They created a solar-powered, fully automated device called “SmartFarm” that is equipped with a moisture-attracting material to absorb air moisture at night when the relative humidity is higher, and releases water when exposed to sunlight in the day for irrigation.
SmartFarm has another advantagethe water harvesting…

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