A finalist in the BARDA Mask Innovation Challenge Phase 2 (https://drive.hhs.gov/mask2_winners.html).
Winner of the GOOD DESIGN® Award, as awarded by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.
Founded in Chicago in 1950 by Eero Saarinen and Charles and Ray Eames, GOOD DESIGN remains the oldest and the world’s most recognized program for design excellence worldwide.
This year, the Museum received a record number of submissions from the world’s leading manufacturers and industrial and graphic design firms representing the most important and critical mass of influential corporations in the design industry from over 55 countries, representing the best consumer design for sustainability, superior design, and unparalleled function.
All awards will be posted on the Museum’s website at gooddesign.org.
Winner of the BARDA Mask Innovation Challenge Phase 1.
BARDA states, "The Mask Innovation Challenge aims to improve the comfort, utility, and protective capabilities of products that are worn during day-to-day activities by the general public when physical distancing is not possible. In addition to playing a role to combat COVID-19, masks have been shown to reduce transmission of influenza and other common infectious diseases in households and other non-medical settings."
Winner of the 2019 Reimagining Respiratory Protection QuickFire Challenge, sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Innovation - JLABS, working with Janssen Research & Development, LLC, and the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), a component of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).