A couple of innovators working out of Philadelphia University have developed an exceptionally innovative antimicrobial suit that is designed to keep the US Olympic rowing team's personnel safe and fully shielded from contaminants when they hit the waters in Lagoa Stadium in Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympics.
This antimicrobial suit features a seamless design with special antimicrobial materials embedded in it. This enables it to provide an added layer of protection against water that, according to recent reports, is likely contaminated with untreated sewage and other unsavory and dangerous materials.
The focus at the 2016 edition of the Olympics should be all about performance, which is why this antimicrobial suit is such a valuable innovation.
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