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Technology Developed by BGU and Rice University Researchers Will Filter COVID-19 Particles From the Air

jpost.com

The commercialization will be done by LIGC Application Ltd., a leader in the field of graphene commercialization, which focuses on adapting the massive and diverse potential of graphene for the commercial sector…

agilitypr.news

LIGC is a company at the forefront of laser-induced graphene (LIG) commercialization. Hubei Forbon Technology Co. Ltd. (300387.SZ) in Wuhan, China provided $3 million in funding…

explorebit.io

Air filters are in airplanes, ships, schools, offices, and homes. In some cases, like airplanes, they already have HEPA filters that remove viruses and bacteria from the air circulated but at high energy and maintenance costs. The technology…

venturebeat.com

Israeli startup LIGC has raised $3 million in funding to build an air filter that uses an electric current and a material called graphene to zap germs and air impurities. The need for better air filters is obvious all around me…

thegraphenecouncil.org

Back in 2014, researchers at Rice University led by James Tour developed a process known as laser-induced graphene (LIG). The process involved taking an inexpensive polymer and burning it with computer-controlled…