This Simple Water Bottle Innovation Just Might Save Your Life Someday
This Simple Water Bottle Innovation Just Might Save Your Life Someday.
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An innovator in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) will take a problem and tackle it head on — using innovative thinking to create new solutions.
Balaji invented CleanBottle in 2014, as a way to purify and decontaminate water using only the heat of one’s hands.
The amazing device provides clean drinking water without the use of disposable filters or solar power, and it just might streamline the way we help people access water – from natural disasters to war zones.
“It’s so simple to use,” Balaji says.
His answer was CleanBottle.
By killing the microorganisms present in the water through this simple process, Balaji hopes to save many lives.