LIGC raises $3 million for better air filters using electric currents and graphene – Reports

LIGC raises $3 million for better air filters using electric currents and graphene

Israeli startup LIGC has raised $3 million in funding to build an air filter that uses an electric current and a material called graphene to zap germs and air impurities.

The need for better air filters is obvious all around me, as I sit in my home waiting for the smoke from four record-setting wildfires in California to clear. The company argues it has created an innovative way to clear the air in our homes and other buildings, killing germs and vaporizing dust.

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