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SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

Some parameters usually evaluated to assess the risk profile of an antimicrobial agent associated with textile are toxicity (acute and chronic), skin sensitization and irritation, and the disturbance of skin ecology. For all of the antimicrobial agents presented in this... (More)

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.
Canada’s federal prison labor industry responded to the coronavirus pandemic by re-tooling workshops to make personal protective equipment (PPE) — so much that other government departments can now acquire their products.

https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/canada-prison-labour-covid-face-masks_ca_5fdd1a5ac5b6e5158fa70360
SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

What is hydrophobic textiles and how can it impact PPE

50 years on, and amid a viral pandemic, the topic of self-cleaning and hydrophobic materials has re-entered the mainstream with a vengeance.

Hydrophobic textiles or water-resistant textiles?

Hydrophobicity is not a new concept, but its applications certainly are, and especially... (More)

SrinivasanChief Party Member
Co-Founder of KnitBrain International.

The global antimicrobial medical textiles market is expected to reach USD 799.7 million by 2024, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. (prnewswire.com)

Antimicrobial medical textiles demand from healthcare and hygiene products accounted for the largest market... (More)