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Commencing in 2013, Sonovia began its mission by fostering the global rights for development concerning a revolutionary sonochemical coating methodology designed at the prestigious Bar Ilan University in Israel.
The company proceeded to establish material strategic partnerships and initiatives targeted to support its scale-up efforts; in pursuit of the noble objective to dramatically combat the transmission and impact of Hospital Acquired Infections globally. Moreover, Sonovia presents a global solution to the textile industry in the form of its disruptive ultrasonic based, high performance, sustainable and cost-competitive wet-processing application, by massively aiding in alleviating excess pollution and waste.
The applications of the technology, therefore, have the potential to dramatically reduce the transmission of disease caused by bacteria, fungi, and viruses as the mechanisms by which zinc oxide nano-particles acts are universally bio-active against all microbes
Sonovia is currently working to raise the necessary funds in order to scale-up and commercialize and bring their life-saving technology to the market as soon as possible.
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