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In this March 9, 2011 file photo ABSMaterials, Inc. production chemist Justin Keener holds a handful of the polymer called Osorb in its finished glass form. The absorbent material, discovered by Dr. Paul Edmiston, a chemistry professor at the College of Wooster, can be used to pull oil and solvents from water which can then be re-used. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
BRECKSVILLE: Starting early this Saturday morning in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, solar-powered cars designed and built by international teams of college students begin a dayslong rally that ends in South Dakota.