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Humn Project - Open Sourced Non-Cytotoxic Sterilization Lamp Module

The goal of the Humn Project is to open source key technologies related to the betterment of humanity in times of crisis.

The scope of the program related to COVID-19 focuses on integration of new-to-world lamp modules designed for rapid and complete sterilization of an area while being non-cytotoxic (human safe). By applying this effort for use in hospitals, first responders, grocery stores, public transportation, and beyond there is potential to rapidly impact the spread of COVID-19 for those in exposure's way.

By providing distribution for the lamp modules themselves with instructions for housing and final embodiment ramp, The Humn Project aims at providing access to any/all need in an exponential fashion.
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  • Antimicrobial Stewardship
  • CDC
  • COVID-19
  • COVID19
  • FDA
  • Health Systems
  • Open Source
  • Sterilization
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