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MIT Scientist Turns Smog into Ink


A splash of vodka, a drop of olive oil, a cloud of sooty air pollution, and voila: cheap printer ink. In a report recently published by Tech Insider, a scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is developing a device that turns air pollution into printer ink. Anirudh Sharma, a scientist at MIT's Media

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