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Commercializing sensors for fine & ultrafine airborne particulate matter detection

Commercializing sensors for fine & ultrafine airborne particulate matter detection

Improving the world for plants, animals, and people by developing sensors for fine and ultrafine airborne particulate matter - Air pollution is a fundamental problem for animals, humans and plants. In fact recent studies from Harvard and MIT are finding that exposure to air pollution increases the severity and lethality of Covid-19. According to the World Health Organization 7 million people die from related symptoms each year. Worldwide, poor air quality is responsible for almost as many deaths as cancer and an order of magnitude more deaths than HIV and malaria combined. In East Asia and the Pacific alone, the World Health Organization estimates that 1.3 billion people - almost a quarter of the world population is breathing unsafe air each day. Particulate pollution is linked to heart disease, some cancers and early death. Children, the elderly and the sick are especially vulnerable. Based on commercially proven MEMS FBAR technology - Funded by NASA, NSF, NIH and others.

Part time to full Time Electrical Sensor Engineer

VP/Director Engineering

Part time Grant Writer

Tania Solé

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President, AirSpeQ. Multi-lingual, multi-cultural serial entrepreneur. Worked with numerous start-ups from inception to exit. Shany Inc acquired by Intel Corp.

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