Young NASA Scientists: Winners Announced!

Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 15, 2018 11:03 am

Back in May, we featured a young scientist competition in which a group of East Coast youngsters were named finalists in the NASA “OPSPARC” Challenge.

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Is there a future Tyent water ionizer engineer here? Credit: bdpatoday

Their innovation?  Using NASA-inspired technology to clean up lead-contaminated water in schools for fellow students using a two-stage filtration jar, designed to filter the water and remove impurities.

The Winners are Announced!

We have some great news for anyone who followed the progress of these young scientists!

The winners have now been announced and we’re thrilled that Bria Snell, India Skinner, and Mikayla Sharrieff were awarded the second prize in the finals of the competition in the Grade 9 -12 category!

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You Know What’s In Your Water. Now What?

Posted by: tyent On October 3, 2012 6:37 pm

If you’ve just downloaded your free water report, you’ve seen a list of the contaminants in your local tap water. But what does that mean for you and your family? And what are the best alternatives?

Research on water and hydration shows a few key facts about the differences between water, whether that’s tap, bottled water, reverse-osmosis water, or alkaline ionized water.

Tap Water

Tap water protects us from the mass contamination found in well water, which is an important advancement in water technology. But chemicals are added to tap water to do a number of things, like adjust the pH and remove contaminants (such as chlorine) to kill biological toxins.  Though tap water is now regulated by the …

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