Since the coronavirus outbreak in India, the country has seen many bizarre things. From babas and leaders promoting cow dung, cow urine and mustard oil as preventive methods from COVID-19, to an Indian priest wearing a tulsi and neem (basil and Indian lilac) mask –
Amid the ongoing pandemic, when scientists and researchers are coming up with cure for the deadly virus, a Bengali class 12th student invents an innovative face mask, which she claims can help kill the coronavirus. Digantika Bose’s unique mask is now on exhibition in Google’s
Every year, billions of tons of plastic waste are dumped into landfills and in oceans that have immensely polluted the ecosystem. Now SLO Architecture has found an innovative way to make use of plastic waste. It has built a Turntable dome in New Jersey by
Discarded face masks were not a problem a year ago, but since then the world has been rattled by the coronavirus pandemic, which has affected 106 million and killed over 2.3 million people, worldwide. As a safety precaution, face masks and face shields were recommended
With a rapid increase in coronavirus cases across the world, health safety measures have become much more necessary. While the world faces a shortage of personal protective equipment, researchers at MIT and Brigham, and Women’s Hospital have recently designed a silicone rubber face mask which
Amid these stressful times of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an ongoing race to provide efficient and effective amount of personal protective equipment (PPE) to healthcare workers. People have been coming up with creative solutions varying from 3D printed shields to DIY face masks.
Face masks are in very high demand given the circumstances created by the current coronavirus pandemic. While companies are trying to meet the rising demand for face masks, one company has taken an eco-friendlier approach to supply the public with this protective equipment. This scuba
As the borders close and public places shut down amidst the current coronavirus outbreak, a group of Buddhist monks near Bangkok has turned to their faith in order to help contain the spread of the virus. They have been making face masks from recycled plastic