SAN FRANCISCO, July 6, 2020 -- Molekule, the leader in reinventing air purification, today announced that it has appointed Jaya Rao as the next Chief Executive Officer of the company. Dilip Goswami has been appointed Chief Technology Officer and President. Co-Founders Dilip Goswami and Jaya
Molekule is a science-based company, which means we look to well-established scientific methods when developing our products. This is necessary for our company because we are reinventing air purification, so measuring the positive effects that our products have on air pollution require instruments at the
Eduardo is a Molekule air purifier customer from Richmond, California. He’s a digital UX designer by trade and a baker by hobby, specializing in sourdough.
Eduardo, his wife, and his two Corgis, Robby and Twinkie, all enjoy breathing air purified by Molekule Air Mini with PECO
Air pollution kills millions of people every year and is continuing to get worse. More than nine in ten people globally live in areas with poor air quality. Not only is outdoor air quality a growing problem, indoor air quality can be two to five
Updated as a response to Wirecutter’s June 10, 2020 article.
Wirecutter continues to create a narrative that does not exist. They have grossly misrepresented the intent and the conclusion of the NARB ruling, which was initiated by Dyson in the spring of 2019. This is not
Update January 21st, 2021: We continue to produce research that is scientifically valid and executed by professionals in third-party, high-tech labs. Most recently the University of Minnesota performed testing on how Air Mini inactivates different strains of coronavirus and the H1N1 virus. The researchers involved
We’re honored to announce a partnership with an organization that shares our passion for clean air: The American Lung Association.
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... While particulate pollution is bad for everyone, certain populations are more at risk than others. Anyone with heart or lung disease, the elderly, infants and young children suffer more serious effects from these particles. People with heart disease can experience immediate symptoms when exposed