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Masking the Swine Flu: A Textiles Approach

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Imagine a world in which germs are eliminated before infection occurs. Are smart wearable technologies the answer to preventing the spread of the swine flu? Dr. Stephen Michielsen from the College of Textiles at NC State talked about a mask he has created that, when exposed to light, kills viruses and bacteria.

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Masking the Swine Flu: A Textiles Approach

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