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Ultraviolet Light (UV) effects on bacteria

Time-lapse footage of bacteria-covered petri plates growing after being exposed to UV light. UV light kills bacteria, with longer exposure times resulting in higher cell mortality. The elapsed time is shown in each clip. The petri plates were incubated at about 37 degrees Celsius.

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Germ Ninja® Fox News – Ultraviolet Light (UVC) Germicidal Irradiation Unit

The germninja® www.germninja.com, is your team’s defense against bacteria and germs that cause contagious infections. This cutting edge, patented technology sanitizes sport balls with ultraviolet light, killing off harmful microorganisms without ruining your equipment. Kills bacteria and germs that can cause MRSA, Whooping Cough, H1N1 and other contagious infections • Chemical free, nontoxic technology •...

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A New weapon in the Fight against Superbugs

Ultraviolet Light – UVC – a new and effective way to fight superbugs. Since the widespread use of antibiotics began in the 1940s, we’ve tried to develop new drugs faster than bacteria can evolve — but this strategy isn’t working. Drug-resistant bacteria known as superbugs killed nearly 700,000 people last year, and by 2050 that...