Wearable Air Quality Monitor Helps Avoid Pollution Hot Spots

Wearable Air Quality Monitor Helps Avoid Pollution Hot Spots
technology

UC Berkeley students bring us 'Clarity' to inspire action on climate change

Kiran Umapathy
  • 11 november 2014

As manufacturing industries continue to grow around the world, air quality has remained a major concern. In fact, the World Health Organization calls it the worst single environmental health risk and says reducing air pollution could save millions in lives. Passionate entrepreneurs are busy finding opportunities to help solve these problems.

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