A sixth-grader from Pittsburgh, Pa. has discovered that changing the font on documents would cut down on ink and save the government millions of dollars each year.

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Suvir Mirchandani, now 14, made the discovery from a science project, finding if school documents switched from Times New Roman to Garamond font, the school district could save $21,000 every year.

Mirchandani's teacher's had him send the findings to Harvard, where researchers convinced him to go to the government with the results.

He found that in a best case scenario, if the federal government changed to Garamond font, it could save up to $394 million dollars that would have spent on ink.

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