A revolutionary device that could protect asthmatics from stifling air pollution has gone on show at the Science Museum. in London.
Dr Alison McConnell with PUREbreathe (x 3) (Photographer: Sally Trussler)
The PUREbreathe device (Photographer: Sally Trussler)
The PUREbreathe, a plastic device containing high tech filters to be worn in the mouth, has been unveiled as one of the star exhibits in the Science of Sport exhibition, the Science Museum’s latest blockbuster exploring the world of sport [which opened on Friday, February 13].
Sport scientist Dr Alison McConnell a researcher at Brunel University, in Uxbridge, Middx, teamed up with product designer Johannes Paul from the Royal College of Art to make the anti-pollution device that would be easy to use, recyclable and pleasing on the eye.
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