Mask Up: The Rising Need for Material Innovations in Face Masks

One of the most obvious changes in consumer behavior caused by the pandemic is the use of face masks. The adoption of face masks globally has caused a spike in innovation – from new materials, alternate material options, design changes to improve performance, and improve end-of-life possibilities to...

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