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Scientists have created a lightweight wearable that dissolves in vinegar

This wearable electronic device melts to nothing if you pour vinegar on it — and that’s by design. With 50 million metric ton of electronic waste projected for 2018, scientists at Stanford University created a biodegradable wearable that wouldn’t sit in the junk drawer or junkyard for the rest of eternity, once the next generation of FitBit came along.

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