This editorial focuses on the clean room and its development. It is a part of the evolution series published in Lab Manager Magazine as a two-page spread for the January 2011 issue.
The editorial traces the clean room developments made from the first modern units developed during World War II, to NASA’s introduction of the laminar flow concept in the 1950s and 1960s. These developments proved to be the turning point in clean room technology, leading to more complex and application specific clean rooms.
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"Evolution of the Clean Room"