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The water surrounding the Caribbean already provides food and enjoyment for people living in the region and elsewhere. But now it could also be a source for unimaginable quantities of clean drinking water.
A UK-based team of scientists has created a graphene-based sieve capable of removing salt from seawater, a development that could aid the millions of people grappling with water shortages.
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