Making Building's Healthier: Protecting against the spread of infection
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January 1, 2020

Making Building's Healthier: Protecting against the spread of infection

Buildings were originally constructed to protect us against a hostile environment. However, thanks to the relentless pursuit of energy and operating efficiency, plus the use of artificial high-tech materials, the opposite is now true: buildings can also make us sick. The insights gained from the Covid-19 pandemic have shown just how vulnerable we now are indoors.

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Physics Sheds New Light on Indoor Air Quality and COVID-19
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March 23, 2021

Stephanie Taylor

Physics Sheds New Light on Indoor Air Quality and COVID-19

As we look for clues to better understand the COVID-19 pandemic, valuable insights can be gained from researching both detailed and holistic disease patterns.

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Waging War Against All Microbes is a Bad Idea
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August 26, 2020

Stephanie Taylor

Waging War Against All Microbes is a Bad Idea

Antibiotics, antiseptics, high-frequency light waves, and oxygen radicals have saved many lives. We must use them selectively and for limited time periods, being fully aware of the ability of microbes to fight back with resistance.

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The Evolving Definition of a 'Good Building'  
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November 27, 2020

Stephanie Taylor

The Evolving Definition of a 'Good Building'  

Throughout human history, “good buildings” have been defined by measurable benchmarks tied to creating wealth. Now, we are dealing with a more challenging metric.

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Scientists Say This One Move Could Beat Back The Covid-19 Surge, If People Only Knew About It
Forbes Blog

December 24, 2020

Scientists Say This One Move Could Beat Back The Covid-19 Surge, If People Only Knew About It

To reduce your risk of infection from viruses like the flu, look to your indoor spaces.

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This Inexpensive Action Lowers Hospital Infections And Protects Against Flu Season
Forbes Blog

October 17, 2019

This Inexpensive Action Lowers Hospital Infections And Protects Against Flu Season

Harvard Medical School graduate and lecturer, Stephanie Taylor, is something of an Indiana Jones of medicine. She’s a determined scientist who can’t seem to sit still.

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Physics Sheds New Light on Indoor Air Quality and COVID-19
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Feb 1, 2021

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Stephanie Taylor

Physics Sheds New Light on Indoor Air Quality and COVID-19

As we look for clues to better understand the COVID-19 pandemic, valuable insights can be gained from researching both detailed and holistic disease patterns.

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Waging War Against All Microbes is a Bad Idea
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Feb 1, 2021

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Stephanie Taylor

Waging War Against All Microbes is a Bad Idea

Antibiotics, antiseptics, high-frequency light waves, and oxygen radicals have saved many lives. We must use them selectively and for limited time periods, being fully aware of the ability of microbes to fight back with resistance.

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The Evolving Definition of a 'Good Building'  
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Feb 1, 2021

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Stephanie Taylor

The Evolving Definition of a 'Good Building'  

Throughout human history, “good buildings” have been defined by measurable benchmarks tied to creating wealth. Now, we are dealing with a more challenging metric.

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