Crawling Infant Resuspension Study
mediaposted on 14.08.2017, 16:22 by Brandon BoorBrandon Boor
Simplified mechanical crawling infant used to study how belly crawling resuspends microbes from carpet dust in a full-scale 80 m3 experimental chamber. The robot enables us to evaluate infant inhalation exposure and dose of resuspended particulate matter, bacteria, and fungi in a controlled and repeatable manner. For more information, please contact Prof. Brandon Boor: bboor [at] purdue.edu.