A Johns Hopkins Team Designed an Ebola Suit So Good, It's Going On the Market
from The Washington Post
Youseph Yazdi was surprised by the number of people who jumped in to help design better protective gear for people helping Ebola victims — everyone from freshmen to robotics experts to a wedding-dress maker. But he was even more surprised when the solutions the team came up with at the hackathon at Johns Hopkins University attracted the notice of leading producers of protective clothing. A version of the suit they designed will be manufactured by DuPont and available early next year, the university announced Monday.
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