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Graphene enhanced Directa Plus antiviral covid 19 coronavirus masks

Graphene Plus infused masks kill COVID

Italy-based Directa Plus says the coronavirus killing properties of its graphene-enhanced COVID-19 masks have been confirmed by scientists in Rome. Already independently certified as antiviral by... — Updated 9/2/2020 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    Tech Bytes 
Virucidal graphene silver ink for treating masks protective equipment

Tests find Zen Graphene ink kills COVID

After five months of optimization and testing, ZEN Graphene Solutions Ltd. says it has developed a graphene-based ink that is 99% effective at killing the virus responsible COVID-19. Applied to... — Updated 9/22/2020 Full story

 
Laser graphene virucidal face mask coronavirus covid 19 protection

Antibacterial graphene masks from CityU

Scientists in Italy, United Kingdom, Canada, and now Hong Kong are researching graphene-enhanced masks ability to kill viruses and bacteria, further increasing the face covering's effectiveness in... — Updated 9/15/2020 Full story

 
Swiss researchers titanium nanowire filter paper mask UV radiation covid-19

Titanium dioxide drafted in COVID fight

Researchers in a Swiss laboratory have developed a membrane made of titanium oxide nanowires with antibacterial and antiviral properties. The membrane, which resembles filter paper, may be used in... — Updated 8/25/2020 Full story

 
Graphene Leaders Canada rapid novel coronavirus Covid saliva test

Graphene enables rapid COVID-19 testing

An easily administered COVID-19 test that delivers accurate results nearly instantaneously would be a game-changing technology that could slow the spread of the virus as governments look to... — Updated 8/4/2020 Full story

 
Antiviral antimicrobial graphene paints coatings GrapheneCA Covid 19

Virus killing paint business opportunity

GrapheneCA is looking for entrepreneurs who want to get into the business of painting high-risk public surfaces with the New York-based company's tested and certified antibacterial and antiviral... — Updated 7/22/2020 Full story

 
Ultraviolet UV light sterilization surgical N95 masks covid 19 virus coronavirus

COVID killing ultraviolet light discovery

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, ultraviolet light has emerged as a popular way to kill novel coronavirus without the use of harsh chemicals. While research has shown that UV light is an effective... — Updated 7/22/2020 Full story

 
Zen Albany Graphene for Covid 19 coronavirus testing detection viral RNA

Zen provides graphene for COVID-19 test

Graphene's ability to kill viruses has captured headlines as companies look to add it to face masks, sporting equipment, paints and numerous other products aimed at stemming the spread of... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
Graphene Composites antivirus Covid 19 killing treatment G-Force sports gear

Gear to protect athletes from coronavirus

Graphene Composites and G-Form are teaming up to develop and distribute athletic protective equipment that not only guards the wearer against blunt trauma but also from viruses such as COVID-19.... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 

Silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic

Over the last couple of months, as the world has gone into lockdown in an effort to save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen a few amazing things. First, we have seen the resilience... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
 By A.J. Roan    Tech Metals
Graphene medical uses antiviral virucidal ink masks protective equipment

Graphene goes into COVID-19 killing ink

Zen Graphene Solutions is collaborating with Graphene Composites Ltd. to develop a COVID-19 killing virucidal graphene-based composite ink that can be applied to fabrics, including N95 face masks... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
 By A.J. Roan    Mining Tech
Cognitive AI machine learning for mineral exploration Minerva Intelligence

Time to give AI mineral exploration a try

With many mineral exploration geologists self-isolating behind a computer screen instead of out in the field breaking rocks, artificial intelligence offers a means of generating new exploration... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
Statue of Liberty antimicrobial copper Covid 19 antivirus hospitals

More copper to fight future pandemics

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of women miners are calling for more copper and its natural virus fighting properties in hospitals and other public places. "Copper has proven... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
US Vanadium oxidation stats in acidic solution redox battery

U.S. Vanadium continues critical operation

U.S. Vanadium Holding Company LLC, an Arkansas-based producer of the world's highest-purity vanadium pentoxide, intends to maintain manufacturing operations at its flagship Hot Springs, Arkansas... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
Separated rare earth elements praseodymium neodymium lanthanum cerium

Texas REE separation plant makes progress

Texas Mineral Resources Corp. and USA Rare Earth LLC April 2 said the COVID-19 outbreak thus far has not held up progress on their Round Top critical minerals project in Texas and pilot heavy... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
Mask virus Vale mining company Covid 19 Challenge innovations prevention

Vale offers $1M for COVID-19 innovations

Vale, a Brazil-based mining company with operations in Canada and around the globe, is challenging innovators to come up with solutions to minimize the societal impacts of COVID-19 and is offering... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
Ucore Rare Metals Bokan Mountain Dotson Ridge REE deposit Alaska

COVID-19 underscores rare earth exposure

Ucore Rare Metals Inc. says the COVID-19 pandemic shines a spotlight on the need for a domestic supply of rare earth elements and other critical minerals and the company continues to make headway... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
Ventilator respirator valves made by Tesla GM Ford Tesla 3D printers coronavirus

All hands effort to make ventilator parts

U.S. automakers are assessing whether they can convert their plants to manufacture critical medical equipment, like ventilators, that will be in short supply as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads throu... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
Copper3D NanoHack 3D printable micro copper antimicrobial Covid 19 masks

Hack the pandemic with nano-copper

Copper3D, a Chile-based tech start-up, is harnessing the power of copper, 3D printing and an open-source design to help ensure there are enough face masks to go around during the COVID-19... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
Medical studies show zinc lozenges effective in fighting viruses like COVID-19

Zinc may galvanize body against COVID-19

Can zinc lozenges and syrups galvanize our bodies' defenses against COVID-19? Research and clinical trials have demonstrated its ability to lessen the severity and duration of similar severe acute... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
Graphene coating for antibacterial paints varnishes COVID 19 viruses

Graphene paint could slow virus spread

The strongest and most conductive material known to man, graphene is considered a miracle material that will likely change how we construct things in the 21st century – from micro-electronics... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 
Rare earth element on barges in China coronavirus could affect REE explorts

Coronavirus slows China rare earth sector

Many in the United States, from President Donald Trump to sector analysts, have been raising the alarms about America's heavy dependence on China for rare earth elements and other critical... — Updated 6/27/2020 Full story

 

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