From designing and manufacturing ventilators, masks and PPE to coordinating clinical trials for COVID-19 therapeutics and vaccines, NSF is shining a light on organizations that have demonstrated remarkable ingenuity and a tireless commitment to protecting human health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some are advancing science to help slow the spread of the virus. Others are applying COVID-19 controls to protect their customers, students and employees. Together, they are making a difference for public health. Join NSF in honoring leaders and innovators in the COVID-19 pandemic.
The medical device company, which responded to a similar call to arms during WWII, accelerated production of its ESO 2 ventilator for the NHS, increasing production from 10 to 402 ventilators per week at peak production.
The VentilatorChallengeUK Consortium assembled teams of manufacturers and medical experts, including NSF International’s James Pink, to accelerate the production of life-saving equipment.
Now more than ever, we all need to understand science to help navigate new circumstances.
Midtown Detroit organizations were among the first to require mask for employees and visitors at participating institutions.
Michigan Opera Theater’s innovative, drive-through opera earns rave reviews from critics and public health pros. (Photo credit: Mitty Carter)
Researchers and industry collaborate to design low-cost ventilator for fast, on-demand production.