Kastus CEO, John Browne recently took part in a webinar on Touchscreens and Controlling the Spread of Germs. Hosted by Digital Signage Connection the webinar addressed the
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Materials science research is not a term you hear too often in general conversation, but it’s an important area for the Irish economy and society.
The technologies that it supports impact some of the fastest-growing sectors globally, such as electronics, medical technologies, and pharmaceuticals. These are also some of the biggest areas of employment in Ireland and there is a lot of work going on behind the scenes.
In a world that is ‘always active’, we understand that an antibacterial coating which only works some of the time is of no use to our clients. That is why all our antimicrobial coatings are ‘always active’.
By ‘always active’ we mean that our coatings are the only ones on the market that are permanent and do not need UV light to be activated. With these breakthrough coatings, KASTUS® is bringing an entirely new scale of expertise to the antibacterial landscape.
Superbugs, also known as drug-resistant bacteria, are one of the biggest threats facing humanity today. For almost a century, we have used antibiotics to fight off disease, but these antibiotics are starting to lose their punch as Superbugs learn how to beat them.
KASTUS®, an Irish company responsible for the creation of a ground-breaking technology to prevent the spread of superbugs, has announced the closure of a €3 million venture funding round, and significant new developments in the commercialisation of its innovation.
“We should have the funding in place next month, and it will enable us to hire a significant number of new people to work with us on the scaling of the company and the technology,”….
AMBER, the materials science centre at Trinity College Dublin, has announced a collaboration with Irish tech company KASTUS®, which is fighting the battle against superbugs.
The collaboration will involve specialised research work on the further development of antimicrobial coatings, which have already been commercialised by KASTUS®.