The coating can not only destroy the COVID-19 virus, but it can also combat the spread of Zika virus, SARS, parainfluenza, rhinovirus and vesicular stomatitis.
The recipients are engineers who work with interdisciplinary teams to solve tech and health problems.
The work will help technology, from Siri and Alexa to advanced robots, work in remote regions of Earth or the far reaches of space.
The new funding will support projects that range from advancing hypersonic propulsion to improving semiconductor performance.
Steady progress comes from increase in research activity in health, engineering and more.
The material’s nanostructure design is based on how honeybees and other pollinators can manipulate pollen using microstructures and electric fields.
Current lithium-ion batteries contain solvents that are flammable and toxic.
Catheter-related bloodstream infections result in as many as 28,000 deaths and more than $2 billion in increased healthcare costs in the U.S. each year.
The therapeutic properties come from cerium oxide’s ability to act as an antioxidant that stops dangerous free radicals.