Rhode Island Inno: Rhode Island Institutions 3D Print Protective Equipment Amid Shortages

As health care workers across the country face ongoing shortages of personal protective equipment, scholars and clinicians at the University of Rhode Island, Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital and a vast array of other local institutions are taking matters into their own hands.

Out of the University of Rhode Island (URI), a group led by Kunal Mankodiya, associate professor of electrical, computer and biomedical engineering at the university’s College of Engineering, has facilitated the creation of hundreds of components of protective equipment like masks and face shields.

View full article in Rhode Island Inno.

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