Making Electrolysis More Affordable and Efficient With zero carbon emissions, hydrogen is a promising alternative fuel and energy storage medium that may help power more vehicles, provide electricity, reduce carbon dioxide to high-value products, produce next-generation ammonia, and heat buildings in the movement toward a sustainable future. There’s just one catch: though hydrogen use doesn’t… Read More
Protecting the Front Lines of COVID-19: Professor Designs and Donates Face Shield for Healthcare Workers
Story courtesy of the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design. Assistant Professor of Architecture Maged Guerguis saw a way to improve an essential protective device for healthcare workers during the fight against COVID-19, and he responded as architects do: He innovated. His goal was to improve safety and ultimate comfort for the healthcare… Read More
Information and FAQs – charged filtration material performance after various sterilization techniques.
Brief bio: Peter Tsai, Ph.D. Employment: Research faculty, Joint Institute of Advanced Materials, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Expertise: Development of meltblowing (MB) systems and the electrostatic charging (EC) of materials for making air filter electrets. The MB and the EC developed by Tsai have been used in the industries worldwide making tens of billions of… Read More