Velocity Science company partners with Canadian Space Agency

Velocity Science logoVelocity Science startup Qidni Labs has caught the attention of the Canadian Space Agency with their nano-filters that stop viruses and bacteria in the air, liquids and foods.

The Canadian Space Agency awarded the company a $200,000 grant to continue its prototyping and development research.

Initially designed as a dialysis alternative for people experiencing kidney failure, the Canadian Space Agency believes the nano-filters could be handy for cleaning the air inside a spacecraft, keeping fluids clean inside radar systems and ensuring astronaut food is free of viruses and bacteria.

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