MIT develops new electrochemical process that has the ability to selectively remove organic contaminants, including chemical waste products, pesticides and pharmaceuticals, even at extremely low levels.
The rare recording shows that the big mammals are picky eaters, and they won't consume the meal, unless its size is worth their effort.
New water harvester device is capable of pulling liters of water out of the air using solar energy.
In the future, every household will be able to produce nearly three liters of water daily with this tool.
A study conducted by researchers from the University of Iowa and the U.S. Geological Survey has found traces of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, for the first time, in US' drinking water.
Is this the solution for many countries' water problem?
King cobras are known to avoid humans as much as possible. The snake might have been too thirsty that it seek help in the village.
Few years ago, Bill Gates appeared on Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon to chug down "poop water," and ultimately, to convince everyone that recycled water is safe to consume.
Scientists develop a process of finding materials that could be the key to finally unlocking solar fuel.
United States President Donald Trump has signed an Executive Order to dismantle the clean water rule, also known as the Waters of the United States.
Boron, a chemical signature of evaporated water, has recently been discovered on the surface of Mars, and this suggests that the Red Planet has the potential for long-term habitable groundwater in the ancient past.
A team led by researchers at Rutgers University developed tiny, glowing crystals that are designed to detect and capture heavy-metal toxins, such as lead and mercury, in drinking waters.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology discovered a way to freeze water solid even at high temperature that would normally set it boil.
For reference, it is larger than Mexico and if melted will create enough water to fill the Lake Superior, which is the largest of the Great Lakes in North America.