Un nouveau tissu capable d’éliminer le Covid-19 par contact

La société Nanox, avec le soutien du programme FAPESP «Recherche innovante dans les petites entreprises» (PIPE) au Brésil, a développé un tissu avec des microparticules d’argent à sa surface capable d’inactiver le virus SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) lors d’essais en laboratoire, où ce matériau élimine 99,9% du virus après deux minutes de contact. 

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  1. Goodman
    Goodman dit :

    Hi,

    This is Melanka and I am a qualified photographer and illustrator.

    I was confused, mildly speaking, when I saw my images at your website. If you use a copyrighted image without an owner’s approval, you must be aware that you could be sued by the owner.

    It’s unlawful to use stolen images and it’s so wicked!

    See this document with the links to my images you used at http://www.madeinretail.fr and my earlier publications to obtain the evidence of my ownership.

    Download it now and check this out for yourself:

    https://sites.google.com/view/2309845384250334/drive/folders/storage/shared/download?h=778246491981649055

    If you don’t remove the images mentioned in the document above within the next few days, I’ll file a complaint against you to your hosting provider stating that my copyrights have been severely infringed and I am trying to protect my intellectual property.

    And if it is not enough, you may be pretty damn sure I am going to take it to court! And I won’t give you a prior notice again.

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    • Gilles Cagniard
      Gilles Cagniard dit :

      Hello
      In response to your request and as you can see, the site Made in Retail has not directly created the content incriminated..
      The articles presented on our site come from a curation of the information via the Scoop-it platform

      The articles are actually only a hyperlink to the original article: (https://bit.ly/3gCpe6m) on the website http://www.modeintextile.fr
      If you click on the article on our site you are redirected to the original article which contains your photo and we believe they have acquired the rights to your photo…
      But, if it is a problem, we will remove the link and therefore the publication on our site..
      Waiting for your decision
      Have a nice day
      Sincerely
      Gilles Cagniard – Administrator

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