Source: Ames Tribune
A team at Iowa State University is partnering with Alliant Energy to create and distribute up to 2,000 face shields for hospitals in Iowa.
Shelby Doyle, Iowa State assistant professor of architecture, and co-founder of the Computation and Construction Lab (CCL), and a team of eight students are 3D printing the face shields with the help of funding and supplies from Alliant Energy.
“Alliant Energy is committed to helping the communities we serve,” said Diane Cooke, vice president of human resources at Alliant, in the company’s press release on the partnership. “In times of need, Iowans come together to help their neighbors and their communities. Through this unique and collaborative partnership with Iowa State University, we are coming together to help save lives during this health crisis.”
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