Reusable N95 and N99 Masks: By Team: Team: Profs.
Sri Shivakumar, Thiruvancheril G. Gopakumar, Raja Angamuthu,
Drs. Prabhat Diwedi and Manish Kulkarni, E-Spin Nano Tech Pvt. Ltd.
Sponser: Department of Science & Technology (DST’s Nano Mission)
These advanced reusable masks have
three filters: a Nonwoven filter, a
Coarse filter, a Nanofiber filter, and a
supporting layer. The supporting layer can
kill coronavirus as soon as it enters the mask
filter. These masks will be eqipped to eliminate the secondary source of contamination.
Visit by Rice University
A team of Rice University visited 'Centre for
Nanosciences' to discuss possible collaboration with IITK
Visit by Whirlpool Corp.
A team of R&D School of Chemistry, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Development of Novel Energetic Compounds and Nanomaterials
Prof. Michael Gozin
School of Chemistry, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. One of the successful strategies for the design of promising new energetic materials is incorporation of
both fuel and oxidizer moieties into the same molecular structure. Therefore, during recent years, synthesis of
various nitro‐azole derivatives, as compounds with more balanced oxygen content, became very popular