The world has been trying to find a way to put an end to the deadly epidemic of coronavirus.
Now, a team of researchers at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is bringing a new twist to the problem by developing a system that could one day help the world stop the spread of coronivirus.
In their study, published online this week in the journal Science, the researchers report the development of a new kind of pump that could help contain the deadly virus.
The system, dubbed a centrifuge pump, is a pump that converts a vacuum into a force.
The pump is used by a variety of medical devices, including centrifuges and vacuum cleaners, which have the power to suck air out of the body.
But unlike other pumps that pump air into a body, the centrifuge pumps use a force that is much stronger than gravity to pull air out.
This new pump system uses centrifugal force to move air out and back into the body, creating a vacuum that is stronger than the gravitational force that causes the air to flow.
To develop the centrifugic pump, the team first created a new type of pump, which is a vacuum pump.
The new pump is able to convert a vacuum from a low-pressure, low-density fluid into a high-pressure fluid, called a fluid-pressure pump.
The researchers then tested the centrifugal pumping system in a controlled environment, as well as in a lab environment.
They found that the centrifUG pump system worked significantly better than the other pump systems tested in the lab.
The centrifugal mechanism was able to remove 98 percent of the virus particles from the lungs, as compared to less than 10 percent for the other pumps tested in lab conditions.
The centrifugics pump is so powerful that it can remove 99.5 percent of any aerosol particles in a breath.
In the lab, the pump was able remove nearly 50 percent of aerosol droplets from a person’s lungs, and it was able also to remove viruses from the blood.
The scientists also found that centrifugal pumps worked well in an animal model that simulates a person being exposed to the virus.
In addition to helping people prevent infection, centrifugals also could help keep the virus out of people’s bodies.
This type of pumping system could potentially help the US combat the spread in the United States of the coronaviruses most deadly strain, coronaviral meningitis, which can cause severe brain inflammation and other complications.
The US has the third-highest number of coronovirus infections in the world.
The team also reported that they found a way for the centrifugs to function even in the presence of viruses, such as the new strain of coronvirus, and that this mechanism could be scaled up to other medical devices.
This could help to reduce the number of devices that are needed to handle the coronviral epidemic, which has killed nearly 5,500 people in the US.
The next step for the researchers is to find out whether they can scale up the centrifugu pump to produce a system for use in other medical applications, like the inhalation of medication.