Recently, Global Good's Passive Vaccine Storage Device (PVSD) and IV Lab’s researchers were highlighted in COMSOL News. COMSOL News is an annual publication highlighting the cutting-edge ways researchers and engineers are simulating applications from building physics and containerless processing to MEMS and robotics.
Throught the invention process, IV Lab's team utilized thermal and vacuum system modeling with COMSOL Multiphysics in order to identify materials and designs that would allow the PVSD to maintain high vacuum levels at high temperatures. Read the entire article in the COMSOL News on pages 18-19 here.
This week the PVSD was highlighted on the COMSOL Blog in the post Portable Cordless Vaccine Storage Device.