USF engineer invents air purifier to combat asthma, allergies

USF engineer invents air purifier to combat asthma, allergies

USF engineer invents air purifier to combat asthma, allergies

A University of South Florida professor’s latest invention promises to help asthma and allergy sufferers breathe easier by ridding their homes of pollutants.

Yogi Goswami, 68, a mechanical engineer at USF, says he has developed the world’s first molecular air purifier, which not only traps pollutants in the air, but also breaks them down into natural compounds like water and carbon dioxide.

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