Innovation and Crisis

We are currently experiencing a crisis the world has never experienced before. Some people call it World War III.

Crisis or war places a burden upon a nation’s citizens. People have to work harder to keep the nation’s economy and infrastructure from collapsing.

Resources are scarce, and people have to be innovative to make things work. There is an urgency to resolve problems and make progress.

It is no surprise that the technology we depend upon today began as a kind of military technology or developed to deal with crises.

Sir Robert Watson-Watt built the first radar set in 1935. The British Air Ministry adopted his design and used it to detect aggressors during the early days of World War II. Now we won’t be able to travel anywhere without the help of radar technology.

The Internet began in the 1960s in the US as a military project to develop the technologies and protocols necessary to allow multiple computers to connect directly to one another.

By creating a robust and flexible network, the United States could ensure that access to the nation’s supercomputers could remain intact in the event of a catastrophe.

Thanks to Internet, even during the lockdown, we were able to stay connected with family and friends and continue to work. COVID-19 created severe damage to our economy and disrupted our life.

Children are experiencing interrupted childhood, removed from social interaction, and paranoid of hygiene.

But it is also pushing innovation to the extreme. There are so many people working hard to develop innovative solutions to continue or even improve our lives.

Dr. Robert Kremer was born in Ukraine, educated in Russia, and came to the US 40 years ago. He is a scientist, inventor, and entrepreneur.

He worked in so many countries worldwide and was involved in projects ranging from cleaning up the nuclear waste to the air filtration system and more.

COVID pandemic sparked his innovative spirit. He developed an air purification system that kills the virus and bacteria using electrostatic technologies.

He combined and improved existing technologies to meet today’s demands; carbon + electrostatic + HEPA filters.

Static electricity helps absorb infinite tiny particles smaller than 0.1 microns. 6,000V high-voltage static electricity kills microbes, such as virus, bacteria, and clears away pollen, which is all absorbed on the negative grid.

It has low power consumption. He also developed a sanitizing closet to kill viruses and bacteria from our clothing.

As the weather gets cold and we wear coats outside and take them off indoors, these devices are crucial keeping people safe. The application in medical facilities and factories is limitless.

Nitric Oxide gas has been approved by the FDA for over twenty years for the treatment of pulmonary Hypertension. The problem with Nitric Oxide is that it presently uses a large gas tank or a gas-generating machine that is expensive and cumbersome.

Dr. Mel Ehrlich of NMB Therapeutics solves these problems by encapsulating Nitric Oxide into a nanoparticle (a particle size of 20 – 80nm) having a diameter much smaller than that of a hair.

NanoNOx dissolves in the presence of moisture, releasing the gas at a rate that we can control, extending the time to hours that Nitric Oxide is present in the lungs. NanoNOx therapeutic properties are -· Increasing vasodilation,· Reducing inflammation· Increasing oxygen into the blood,· Reducing viral load augmenting the body’s immune system.

In plain English, we can use it to treat COVID patients and also as prevention. It can be useful for people living in polluted cities and who have Asthma and other lung illnesses.

It is time to accept our new life as a new normal, accept, and adapt. Innovation will help us to improve our quality of life. Who knows? There was an economic boom after the world war II. With enough innovation, our life could be better than pre-COVID life.

To get to know more about Electrostatic air purifiers or NanoNox, please contact Dr. Robert Kremer,