A week ago, we wrap-up the largest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. It was our first participation and we were so lucky to be part of the 50 rock-star Dutch start-up delegation organised by The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), Techleap.nl, and Handelsroute. We were hosted at the innovative… Continue reading CES Aftermath thoughts and pragmatic lessons learnt
The lead image here with a person sporting a rather substantial mask may have jarred you to click on the link to begin reading this article. As shocking as it looks, difficulty breathing is a reality for millions of people worldwide. We’re not only speaking of the 334 Million people worldwide who suffer from asthma or the 65… Continue reading CES 2020 Preview: AirBliss+ Can Help You Breathe a Little Easier
Air Pollution: if it were easy it would have been solved by now! 2019 was again another catastrophic year concerning the expansion of the modern pandemic: air pollution. Media coverage has never been so intense on the topic, yet it seems this “huge” – as some political leaders like to say – problem is not… Continue reading Air Pollution: if it were easy it would have been solved by now!
Diving into the issue with pollution masks Face masks for consumers have been around for quite a long time. Throughout the years, many people have braved through its discomfort in hope to reduce their exposure to air pollution. As suggested by the research cited in the article below, a pollution mask’s usefulness against particulate pollutants… Continue reading Diving into the issue with pollution masks
AirBliss+ and the battle against air pollutionA special thank-you & shoutout to Milan Lenters from Innovation Origins for interviewing us at AirBliss+ and producing a great article on our story. We discussed many things with Milan around air pollution and how we are working hard to develop a product that will help millions out there… Continue reading AirBliss+® and the battle against air pollution
Poor filtering performance might not be the biggest problemGlad to see researchers around the world digging deep into the side effects of most existing anti-pollution masks. It’s important to recognise that many of the issues are not only just temporary discomfort, they can lead to some long-term health consequences.These research insights also reaffirm our primary… Continue reading Poor filtering performance might not be the biggest problem
Is living in Beijing really like smoking 40 cigarettes a day?This article is 5 years old but is very much relevant today! Great article from David Volodzko.https://thediplomat.com/2015/09/is-living-in-beijing-really-like-smoking-40-cigarettes-a-day/To clearly understand how Richard A. Muller gets to estimate living in Beijing during “airpocalypse” is the equivalent to smoking 40 cigarettes a day I invite you to read… Continue reading Is living in Beijing really like smoking 40 cigarettes a day?
Problematic kids? Blame it on air pollution!Nowadays probably anyone can name a few scary diseases that air pollution is guilty for. But who would’ve thought you can also blame it for the mess your kids made and them being consistently unmanageable? Studies have shown a strong link between surrounding environment and youth aggression. A recent… Continue reading Problematic kids? Blame it on air pollution!