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The Water Lens

A purification device that requires no chemicals or electricity

More About "The Water Lens"

Deshawn Henry Water LensNineteen year old Deshawn Henry is a student at the University of Buffalo and he, along with the help of his professor Dr. James Jensen, has developed a new water purification device that requires no chemicals or electricity.

The “Water Lens” uses only the power of the sun, but can kill 99.9% of all bacteria and pathogens found in polluted water and may be a powerful new tool for fighting disease in developing regions around the world.  Listen to an extended version of the interview here: Abeautifulworld – Water-lens-extended-interview

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Dr. James Jensen & University of Buffalo Dept of Civil and Structural Engineering


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