Professor Jonathan Wall and his team at the UT Graduate School of Medicine have spent more than two decades investigating systemic amyloidosis. Their work played an integral role in helping launch the biopharmaceutical company Attralus with technology licensed from UTRF. Today, Attralus announced that it has secured $25 million in investment financing to work on… 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
Dr. Peter Tsai, inventor of the electrostatic charging technology that makes the filter media of face masks including medical and N95, was recently featured in this article from the Washington Post, which provides various sources and opinions on constructing DIY face masks. As more individuals seek to create home-made face masks, Dr. Tsai… Read More