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Antibacterial Fabric

Video   Dec 14, 2017

 

What if your clothing could protect your from deadly infections and diseases? An RMIT research team, lead by Professor Vipul Bansal, have made a major breakthrough in managing infections by developing a material that can kill bacteria such as E. coli and staphylococcus.

 
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