Desalination system, IBM research

Desalination system, IBM research

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Caption: Desalination system, IBM research. IBM scientist Chin Lee Ong taking a sample of extremely pure water from an experimental water desalination system. This water is so pure, salt needs to be added to make it drinkable. Ong's research includes using new types of renewable solar power, such as High Concentration PhotoVoltaic Thermal (HCPVT) systems, to produce drinkable water through use of desalination systems. Ong works at IBM Research-Zurich, Switzerland. Photographed in September 2013.

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