Dalhousie team develops non-woven textile that can neutralize viruses in personal protective masks.

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It starts as a paste as thick as molasses and is being transformed by a team of scientists into a fibrous material that could be used on the front lines to protect against COVID-19.
Researchers at Dalhousie have developed a sustainable, locally produced material that can be stitched into personal protective masks to neutralize certain pathogens, such as coronaviruses and influenza viruses….

https://www.dal.ca/news/2021/09/07/dalhousie-team-develops-non-woven-textile-that-can-neutralize-vi.html

 

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