Drinking from contaminated water sources is a big problem across counties around the world. A group of Chinese researchers has now come up with a new system to purify drinking water using solar power and specific bacteria.
Scientists recreate human cell membranes onto an electronic chip to measure its behavior with external substances such as viruses and antibiotics. Soon, it will be screening drug candidates for coronavirus.
New research on mice studies determines that a common food additive known as titanium dioxide can cause adverse effects to colonic health. The food additive has recently been banned in France but is still continuously being used in the U.S. and other countries.
A scientist from Michigan State University claims that nanotechnology can help in today's COVID-19 pandemic. Morteza Mahmoudi believes that it could diagnose, assess health risks, and lower death rates associated with coronavirus. Click the link above to learn more.
Hong Kong International Airport is currently testing its latest measure in fighting COVID-19: the CLeanTech Sanitation Pod. The disinfection cubicle is said to detect and kill viruses such as the coronavirus in just 40 seconds. Click the link above to learn more.