Anirudh Sharma : This Indian at MIT invented a Technology to make Ink from Air Pollution
Anirudh Sharma, a graduate from MIT is a serial innovator who has built few unthinkable ideas into real working models. After completing his graduation from MIT, Anirudh
didn’t join any MNC but came back to India and co-led MIT Media Lab India Initiative
where he worked on creating innovation eco-system in India. Now he heads his own “SBA LABS
” at Bangalore, where he can found innovating and working on multiple ideas. He made to the list of “30 under 30” on globally reputed Magazine – Forbes in special India edition.
His recent project, which has really garbed a lot of attention is “PROJECT KAALINK™”
He along with his team at “SBA Labs” has developed a working model which converts “Air Pollution into printing ink” !! Now he is making it available to the world.
Here is an excerpt video demonstration from “INK Talks
” where he is found explaining the basic workable model.
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Pollution on Paper – This latest innovation by Anirudh will certainly scale to new heights in coming years and will be a strong force to curb the pollution from environment. If used efficiently by polluting vehicles and industries it can act as a great deterrent for increasing pollution levels.