FEND Announces Breathe Better Campaign to Address Respiratory Health Risks Children Face owing to Dirty Air
The campaign involves partnerships with science, health and cultural leaders and a sponsorship that will provide free FEND to 50 young people over the next year.
WELCOME TO THE DARIN OLIEN SHOW We all know it’s necessary to drink plenty of water to hydrate the body. However, did you know your lungs need hydration, too? Dr. David Edwards wants to make sure your lungs aren’t dry. David is a scientist, inventor and writer. His latest invention, FEND, was Time Magazine’s Best Invention of the Year in 2020. All of Dr. Edward’s inventions, startups and creative spaces, both in France and the United States, have helped pioneer a new way of creating. He’s known for blending art, science and design in such a way that impacts our everyday life...
Habits & Hustle Episode 149: Dr. David Edwards – Founder of Sensory Cloud and FEND, TIME’s Invention of the Year
Dr. David Edwards is a Harvard Scientist and the Founder of Sensory Cloud and FEND (TIME’s Invention of the Year). David is a faculty member in the Harvard John A Paulson School of Engineering & Applied Science and a member of three national academies in the USA and France. His work on airway hygiene is groundbreaking and his impact in the health sector has been very influential. This episode has so many practical health tips and information that is coincidentally very fitting for this time we’re in. Do yourself a favor and kick the New Year off by tuning into...
By Janice Bitters Turi Thomas Carence from Kansas City, Missouri, set out to improve a cure for hay fever in 1901 by connecting two gauze-filled cylinders that fit inside the allergy sufferer’s nose, a solution he patented. Little did he know, he was more than 100 years ahead of his time. Subscribe to the Crunchbase Daily Although Carence’s solution appears to be among the earliest efforts to claim the idea of in-nose air filters, more followed. But those products, if they ever moved to an iteration beyond patent office filings, never really made it to the mainstream. That may change as a small...