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by Joe McCormick | Dec 30, 2015
You may have heard that NASA discovered evidence of flowing water on Mars. We take a look at previous discoveries involving H2O and the Red Planet as well as ask what does this new discovery mean?
by Joe McCormick | Aug 26, 2015
How do sewers work? How many people today don't have access to a reliable sewer infrastructure? And what can we do to improve them?
by Joe McCormick | Mar 18, 2015
What is NASA's Dawn mission all about? What are they learning from Vesta and Ceres? And could Ceres have habitable oceans?
by Joe McCormick | May 2, 2014
What does it take to get off the grid? From electricity to water to just getting by, we take a look at how challenging it is to disconnect.
by Jonathan Strickland | Feb 24, 2014
Water is critically important to our future. Read about future solutions to the water crisis in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | Nov 18, 2013
Water costs are also part of the big picture in energy production. Learn about water in energy production in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Jonathan Strickland | Jun 28, 2013
Electrochemical mediated seawater desalination can produce fresh water. Learn more about desalination in this Fw:Thinking blog post.
by Joe McCormick | May 13, 2013
Antarctic icebreakers must cross frozen frontiers to reach their destination. Read more about what weird frontiers are left on this planet.
by Joe McCormick | Mar 22, 2013
Mining asteroids for water and metals could be very profitable. Learn about asteroid mining in this blog post from Fw:Thinking.
What is the water cycle? When we waste water are we really losing it? Why is conservation so important? Join Lauren, Joe and Jonathan for the second part of their series on water.
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