16-Year-Old Discovers Way to Clean the World’s Pollution With Sunscreen and Pencils

August 14, 2014 by  
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16-year-old Samuel Burrow has found a way to scrub the world clean of toxic pollution using materials found in sunscreen and pencils! The teenager developed a white, smog-busting mixture of titanium dioxide and graphene oxide that can be applied to internal and external surfaces like paint. His solution is strong, efficient, and cheap – and it uses simple ingredients commonly found in everyday products. Read the rest of 16-Year-Old Discovers Way to Clean the World’s Pollution With Sunscreen and Pencils Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 2014 , air pollution , environmentally friendly building material , Google , Google Science Fair , graphene , Green Design Competitions , Samuel Burrow , smog-busting building , teenager makes smog-reducing paint , titanium dioxide

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