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Frontier materials research: Way forward
July 2021
In the COVID-19 era, the importance of materials in countering the infection using face masks is highly felt important by people, Dr Seshadri Ramkumar, Professor, Texas Tech University
Three-ply face masks filter simulated viral particles
July 2021
Professor researches effectiveness of face masks against particles similar in size to coronavirus. Seshadri Ramkumar’s data shows three-ply face masks can filter out 60-80% of simulated viral particles between 150 and 30 nanometers in diameter, respectively.
COVID-19 era and material advancements
July 2021
Functional and advanced materials are shining in the wake of COVID-19, as they are recognised as important live saving materials, says Dr Seshadri Ramkumar, Professor, Texas Tech University, USA
Face mask necessity amidst delta variant surges
July 2021
Masks are important tools in the tool kit to protect people, importantly for those who are unvaccinated and who are immunocompromised, says Dr Seshadri Ramkumar, Professor, Texas Tech University.
Infectious successes: Lessons for textiles and beyond
June 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages India, this infectious disease situation will lead to infectious successes, says Dr Seshadri Ramkumar, Professor, Texas Tech University, USA.
VSF: A necessary toolbox to combat COVID-19
June 2021
Vaccines, social distancing, and face masks (VSF) are important tools in the toolkit to wage the war against COVID-19, says Prof Seshadri Ramkumar.
Agility is the way forward for textile industry
June 2021
Being nimble and technology adoption are timely needs for the global textile industry, says Prof Seshadri Ramkumar
Face masks critical till herd immunity is reached
April 2021
Recent research showed that face masks helped to curtail the COVID 19 spread in the US, when face mask mandate was in effect in different states, says Dr Seshadri Ramkumar, Professor, Texas Tech University.
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