Giant poster 'soaks up air pollution' in Sheffield
19 May 2014 Last updated at 17:03 BST
A giant poster has been put up in Sheffield to help remove pollution from the air.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield say the banner removes harmful nitrogen oxides: gases you can't see or feel but which have been linked to breathing problems including asthma.
They reckon it can absorb the pollution from around 20 cars a day.
The poster also includes a poem written by Simon Armitage, a professor at the university, called In Praise Of Air.
It'll be displayed on the side of one of the university's buildings for a year.