A revolutionary new material called MOF has been developed that can capture and hold large amounts of coronavirus particles, potentially revolutionizing the efficiency and protection of face masks. This breakthrough is made possible via a combination of nanotechnology, 3D printing and a unique 3D material-like a honeycomb lattice of tiny molecular cages that can attach to and capture harmful particles. MOF also has a much higher capture-to-load efficiency than current filter material, making it incredibly effective. This new technology could change how the world fights the pandemic, potentially saving countless lives.