Last year, we heard about the first article of Catalytic Clothing, an experimental dress that pulls pollutants out of the atmosphere. Now the technology is moving along to the point where it could be used as a liquid laundry additive and become part of our regular clothes washing chores. According to a release from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in the U.K., “Within just two years, we could all be wearing clothes that purify the air as we simply move around in them.” Read the full story at CNET.
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