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Imperial College London (ICL) Institute of Molecular Science & Engineering briefing paper titled ‘Smart surfaces to tackle infection and antimicrobial resistance.’

Imperial College London (ICL) Institute of Molecular Science and Engineering published a very timely briefing paper titled ‘Smart surfaces to tackle infection and antimicrobial resistance.’ Back in March 2020, when it began to dawn on us just how much SARS CoV-2 was going to affect the way we went about our daily lives, the Imperial…

Nano coatings: A new front-line weapon in the war against “Influenza A” & transient microorganisms around care homes.

The optimisation of infection control is high on the agenda of all involved in health care; by achieving it, the health and wellbeing of patients as well as staff and visitors is positively affected. However, maintaining bacterial and viral free surfaces is challenging, as every human touch transfers microorganisms to and from surfaces to the…

Breaking the chain of infection surface by surface 24/7- 365 days.

Care home managers and proprietors who are looking to optimise infection control and break the ever-challenging chain of infection can now turn to Signo Nanocare UK’s newly launched wipe-on self-disinfection surface coating Liquid Guard®. The coating is effortlessly applied as part of your regular deep clean routines, giving every surface a year-long shield against the…