Pollution continues to grow, but the University of Copenhagen hopes to make a difference

As the pollution issue continues to escalate, more teams are realizing that a solution is necessary. This rings especially true for the pollution in China. One of the most recent propositions was packaged oxygen. Other alternatives have included specially-designed masks.

Another option: Address the air itself. As part of research through the University of Copenhagen, a team has created Airlabs to tackle this growing problem.

The team uses a cleaning method called GPAO or Gas Phase Advanced Oxidation. Through this method, they hope to improve air quality not only in outdoor environment but also indoor ones.

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