Air Bubble Shield For Dangerous Smog To Be Tested In BeijingNatasha Khan
A contraption that creates a kind of air bubble that could shield people against as much as 70 percent of the most harmful pollutants debuts next month in Beijing, as China’s capital battles the toxic smog that often enshrouds the city.
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