This Indian at MIT invented a Technology to make Ink from Air Pollution


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.
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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.