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Lifesaver Water Filter

TED | August 6, 2009

Inventor Michael Pritchard drinks water filtered from a pestiferous cocktail of pond scum, sewage, and rabbit feces to prove the viability of his new Lifesaver water bottle. His nanoscale filter eliminates bacteria and viruses more effectively than common commercial filters, with obvious applications for disease control in developing countries and disaster relief zones.

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