Paris Hilton cooperates with Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science to invent revolutionary NanoDrop

The research institution will examine the invention that is supposed to reduce the size of plastic bottles using nanotechnology and was developed by the company of businesswoman and celebrity Paris Hilton.
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Today (Wednesday), Paris Hilton published a video that shows the cooperation between her company the Paris Hilton Institute of Plastic Pollution Solutions (PHIPPS) with the Israeli Weizmann Institute of Science, aimed to clean the oceans of plastic.

In a video published on the Facebook page of NanoDrop, Hilton explains that the product will ‘reinvent drinking forever.’ “Years ago, I learned that the plastic we throw away is killing innocent, beautiful sea creatures,” Hilton said. “I knew I had to do something. Working with the Weizmann Institute has been a great collaboration resulting in today’s announcement. I couldn’t be more proud.”

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Weizmann Institute’s Professor Ron Naaman, an expert in Molecular Electronics described the discovery as ‘groundbreaking and unexpected.’ However, he claims that the institute has not yet examined the effectiveness of Hilton's development.



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