A new printer invented by Cambridge scientists sounds more like a gadget from James Bond's Q Branch than something from an office supplies store.
Instead of printing pages it 'unprints' them, turning out pristine, clean sheets which can even be reused.
The device uses a green laser to heat up toner particles attached to fibres in the paper, causing them to evaporate.
This means the paper can be reused - creating a massive boost for the environment by reducing carbon emissions and deforestation.
Early estimates predict the pioneering research could lower emissions in the paper and pulp industry by a staggering 50 per cent.
READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON THE DAILY MAIL WEBSITE.