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Researchers develop 'unprinter' to erase ink from paper

By Shawn Knight
Mar 15, 2012
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  1. Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed what they call a laser ‘unprinter’ – a device that is able to remove toner ink from paper. A production model would…

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  2. Great! Now they should also convert the 'nanoparticles' back to ink and the circle will be complete ;)
  3. jeffz6

    jeffz6 Newcomer, in training Posts: 78

    Computers where suppose to bring about the papperless world.
  4. this is amazing! you'll one day be writing a grocery list or some teenager's emo poem on maybe the declaration of independence or the communist manifesto.

    the three R's.
  5. "a process that is good for the environment but admittedly uses a lot of resources in the process."

    What? Did you read this?


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