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Backed by Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos, the panels are able to pull water out of the air, filter it, and dispense it through our home faucets.
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The plans are part of a wider initiative to increase job prospects and levels of connectivity between young Kenyans and China.
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The periodic table as we know it has not always been so straight forward. Over the years it has seen some creative (and confusing) adaptations.