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Sonovia

An Israel-based company developing technologies in the textile industry to reduce polluting textile processes and create high-performance textiles such as anti-bacterial and anti-pathogen fabrics.

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Jude Gomila"Approved suggestion #775141 from source: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sonovia-ltd/"
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Sonovia is a textile industry company based in Israel. Sonovia’s aim is to replace polluting textile wet-processes with their high-performance, sustainable Sono-processes. The company is also working on fabric treatments that can reduce hospital-acquired infections. Sonovia was founded in 2013 and was previously called Nano Textile. The company received a global license from Bar Ilan University to commercialize the technology. The company was rebranded as Sonovia after a North AmericanNorth American license, initially excluded from the global license and renegotiated in 2017. Sonovia was founded by Shay Hershcovich and his father Shuki Joshua Hershcovich.

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Sonovia has technology for anti-pathogen, anti-bacterial fabric which it sent to labs in ChinaChina for testing to help stop the spread of the coronavirus strain SARS-CoV-2 causing the outbreak of the disease called COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) which began in Wuhan, China in December, 2019. Samples were sent to the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and a medical lab in Chengdu. The fabrics will be colonized with the coronavirus to evaluate whether the technology can destroy the virus.

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Jude Gomila approved a suggestion from Golden's AI on 14 Feb, 2020
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Sonovia has technology for anti-pathogen, anti-bacterial fabric which it sent to labs in China for testing to help stop the spread of the coronavirus strain SARS-CoV-2 causing the outbreak of the disease called COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) which began in WuhanWuhan, China in December, 2019. Samples were sent to the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and a medical lab in Chengdu. The fabrics will be colonized with the coronavirus to evaluate whether the technology can destroy the virus.

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Jude Gomila approved a suggestion from Golden's AI on 14 Feb, 2020
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Sonovia has technology for anti-pathogen, anti-bacterial fabric which it sent to labs in China for testing to help stop the spread of the coronavirus strain SARS-CoV-2 causing the outbreak of the disease called COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) which began in Wuhan, China in December, 2019. Samples were sent to the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing and a medical lab in ChengduChengdu. The fabrics will be colonized with the coronavirus to evaluate whether the technology can destroy the virus.

Jude Gomila
Jude Gomila approved a suggestion from Golden's AI on 14 Feb, 2020
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Sonovia is a textile industrytextile industry company based in Israel. Sonovia’s aim is to replace polluting textile wet-processes with their high-performance, sustainable Sono-processes. The company is also working on fabric treatments that can reduce hospital-acquired infections. Sonovia was founded in 2013 and was previously called Nano Textile. The company received a global license from Bar Ilan University to commercialize the technology. The company was rebranded as Sonovia after a North American license, initially excluded from the global license and renegotiated in 2017. Sonovia was founded by Shay Hershcovich and his father Shuki Joshua Hershcovich.

Jude Gomila
Jude Gomila approved a suggestion from Golden's AI on 14 Feb, 2020
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Sonovia is a textile industry company based in IsraelIsrael. Sonovia’s aim is to replace polluting textile wet-processes with their high-performance, sustainable Sono-processes. The company is also working on fabric treatments that can reduce hospital-acquired infections. Sonovia was founded in 2013 and was previously called Nano Textile. The company received a global license from Bar Ilan University to commercialize the technology. The company was rebranded as Sonovia after a North American license, initially excluded from the global license and renegotiated in 2017. Sonovia was founded by Shay Hershcovich and his father Shuki Joshua Hershcovich.

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