By Annie Hubbell, FGCU 360
When the pandemic began, leaders at Cape Coral-based Energy Harness Corp. were anxious to get back in the office and tackle potential solutions to fight COVID-19. So they took their expertise in lighting and applied it to a new concept that could help the community. The result is the Active Airflow UV-C Fixture, designed to eliminate airborne pathogens like COVID-19.
The new device developed in Southwest Florida and tested at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) is helping alleviate some of that angst by cleaning germs from the air we breathe.
Read full article at https://fgcu360.com/2021/07/01/bioengineering-alums-students-help-company-develop-device-to-kill-covid-19/