Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi has come up with an innovative nasal filter that prevents the toxic particulate matter from getting into the respiratory system.
Designed by a group of six IIT graduates, students and professors, the nasal filters make use of nanotechnology and can last up to 8-10 hours. The filters boast 95 percent success in preventing the inflow of PM 2.5, and also claims to be a first-of-its-kind nasal filter for air pollution.
Wondering how much each filter costs? Just Rs 10. And the filters will soon be available in the market.
So, when are you trying it?