Exeger’s Powerfoyle flexible solar cell technology that can blend seamlessly in to any device

Powerfoyle material is flexible, durable and reliable solar cell technology and can blend seamlessly in to any device without compromise on the tactile or visual design. The patented solar cell technology is not sensitive to diffuse light or partial shading and performs when the light comes from wide angles. It is efficient in indoor and outdoor light. Exeger is a Swedish company with a unique solar cell technology that converts all forms of light into electrical energy. With its resilie...
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Urbanista’s solar-powered headphones

Urbanista is a Swedish lifestyle audio brand. It has developed solar powered in earphones by using Powerfoyle technology to charge the company's latest Phoenix true wireless earbuds. The World's first self-charging wireless headphones powered by Exeger Powerfoyle solar cell material Los Angeles constantly charges whenever exposed to light, either outdoors or indoors, providing you with virtually infinite playetime Los Angeles is powered by Exeger Powerfoyle. groundbreaking technolo...
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Nagoya Institute of Technology scientists in Japan have devised a method to transfor Fish Scales Into Carbon Nano-onions

Carbon Nano-onions - The development of nanoscale materials is an important area of research as it provides access to materials with unique properties that can be applied to improve quality of life. Multi-layer fullerenes, also known as carbon nano-onions (CNOs) are an exciting class of nanostructures which show great versatility and applicability. They find applications in several fields of technology and biomedicine. Nagoya Institute of Technology scientists in Japan have devised a method...
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Linköping University – Researcher Mehrdad Rafat, Neil Lagali and team have developed Bioengineered cornea that can restore sight to the blind and visually impaired

Researchers and entrepreneurs have developed an implant made of collagen protein from pig’s skin, which resembles the human cornea. In a pilot study, the implant restored vision to 20 people with diseased corneas, most of whom were blind prior to receiving the implant. The study jointly led by researchers at Linköping University (LiU) and LinkoCare Life Sciences AB has been published in Nature Biotechnology. The promising results bring hope to those suffering from corneal blindness and low v...
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What Did Hubble See on Your Birthday?

Hubble explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means it has observed some fascinating cosmic wonder every day of the year, including on your birthday. The Hubble spacecraft has been in space for 32 years now and has gone through several repairs and maintenance work when the Shuttle missions were ongoing. The flying observatory has completed one billion seconds of operations in Zero gravity and conducted more than 1.5 million scientific observations. What did Hubble look ...
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Dostarlimab -monoclonal antibody used as a medication for the treatment of endometrial cancer.

Dostarlimab, sold under the brand name Jemperli, is a monoclonal antibody used as a medication for the treatment of endometrial cancer. Dostarlimab is a programmed death receptor-1 (PD-1)–blocking monoclonal antibody. https://youtu.be/be4DhZHaTe0 Endometrial cancer (EC) is a disease where cancerous cells reside in the lining of the uterus (endometrium). There are four stages in EC, ranging from staying settled in the endometrium to the cancer spreading to other organs in the body. This ...
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AeroFarms – transforming agriculture by building indoor vertical farms using artificial intelligence and plant biology

AeroFarms is transforming agriculture by building indoor vertical farms using artificial intelligence and plant biology. It uses the latest breakthroughs in indoor vertical farming, artificial intelligence and plant biology to fix broken food system and improve the way fresh produce is grown and distributed locally and globally. They have built a proprietary agriculture platform to grow a wide array of products, delivering superior flavor, better quality and improved nutrition with the m...
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Professor Amir Zarrinpar at the University of California–San Diego’s research shows Diabetes could be cured by using bacteria from healthy person’s Fecal Microbiota Transplantation

New research has found that diabetes could be cured using healthy people's poop. Professor Amir Zarrinpar, of the University of California–San Diego's research show promsing resuts. Scientists have long tried to introduce genetically engineered bacteria into the gut to treat diseases. Experiments found microscopic organisms transplanted into mice stopped the progression of diabetes—and the technique could end the need for painful insulin injections for human patients in the future. I...
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MIT engineers develop stickers that can see inside the body. New stamp-sized ultrasound adhesives produce clear images of heart, lungs, and other internal organs.

Ultrasound imaging is a safe and noninvasive window into the body’s workings, providing clinicians with live images of a patient’s internal organs. To capture these images, trained technicians manipulate ultrasound wands and probes to direct sound waves into the body. These waves reflect back out to produce high-resolution images of a patient’s heart, lungs, and other deep organs. Currently, ultrasound imaging requires bulky and specialized equipment available only in hospitals and doctor’s ...
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‘Oxygene’ – Goodyear 3D printed tire

Goodyear’s latest concept tire quite literally brings the future of mobility to life as a visionary solution for cleaner, more convenient, safer and more sustainable urban mobility. The concept, named Oxygene, has a unique structure that features living moss growing within the sidewall. This open structure and the tire’s smart tread design absorb and circulate moisture and water from the road surface, allowing photosynthesis to occur and therefore releasing oxygen into the air. According ...
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‘Scewo’ – The new generation electric wheelchair that can also climb stairs

Scewo is the only company in the world to manufacture an electric wheelchair that drives on two wheels and can climb stairs. Founded in 2017 based on a former student project of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) and Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK), Scewo enables wheelchair users to discover places in new ways. They believe in an everyday life in which people with restricted mobility can discover the world more independently and in new ways. It achieves this by combining ex...
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Butterfly Amicus Prime Table Tennis Robot

Amicus Robots are designed for a realistic gaming and training experience with high-technology and extensive functionality. Depending on specific demands, all models are suited to players - from amateur to professional. According to the former German national coach, Richard Prause, robot training can be a useful addition to every-day training to players who want to learn faster. Butterfly table tennis robots can help you reach the top of your game. Many several different models of table tenn...
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‘Pupil-labs’ – deep learning powered eye tracking glasses to help gain instant insight into human behavior.

Pupil Labs has an eye tracking hardware and software. Their tools make the hidden patterns of human behavior visible and actionable. It empower researchers. With Pupil Invisible they have developed a new approach to mobile eye tracking that is powered by a novel end-to-end gaze estimation pipeline. You can put on the glasses and you will get gaze data immediately. Wear Put on the glasses and launch the Invisible Companion app. Capture Observe real-time gaze behavior, record, and...
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‘Pupil’ spatial data company that creates 3D reconstruction and scene-understanding system takes real-world spaces and makes them digital.

Pupil's 3D reconstruction and scene-understanding system takes real-world spaces and makes them digital. Hyper accurate. Incredibly robust. Game changing. Pupil is a spatial data company. Pupil is a British property technology company that produces a spatial data product called, Spec. Spec uses artificial intelligence to measure residential property interiors and can produce floor plans, 3D digital twins, and virtual tours. The company is based in London. Pupil reality capture process...
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Stanford University – scientist use spinal fluid from young mice to reverse age related memory loss

The cerebrospinal fluid from young mice is awash with factors that keep the brain sharp. Now, scientists led by Tony Wyss-Coray at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, report that when injected into the brains of old mice, CSF from young mice, or young people, revved expression of a host of oligodendrocyte genes within the hippocampus, counteracting the slump in proliferation and function of the myelin-making cells that typically occurs with age. The researchers tied the effects to...
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‘Rubbee’ – Portable e-Bike conversion kit

Rubbee can transform any bike into an electric bike in less than a second. Adaptable to the majority of classic bikes, its exclusive friction system will allow you to reach a speed of 32 km/h without the slightest effort. With a price between 699 CHF and 897 CHF, Rubbee is unbeatable. It looks like a car vacuum cleaner, an iron, or some other household gadget. However, once installed, it becomes pretty clear exactly what it is. It’s kind of like a treadmill for your bike’s rear wheel. Ho...
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University College London has developed software (MotionInput v3) to make computer use more accessible using Voice, facial expressions, gesture, eye movement…

Researchers at University College London have developed software that lets users control a computer using voice, facial expressions, hand gestures, eye movements, and larger body motions. The software, called MotionInput, was developed to enable touchless computing for a variety of purposes, from making computers easier to use for people with disabilities, to aiding professionals who have their hands full, like surgeons. The software, which is now onto the third version, is available to d...
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‘Kumulus-1’ a startup in Tunisia has developed a portable Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG)

Kumulus is a water tech start up with mission to provide drinking water in an economical and sustainable way. It has build small portable machine that create drinking water from air! This machine can fit in a 1m3 cube and can be equipped with a solar power pack, making it fully autonomous and independent. The Kumulus-1 is a smart machine, offering options of mobile control through our dashboard and app, as well as functionalities that ensure water is delivered in a sustainable and economical...
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Green Cement – University of Tokyo has developed a way to build cement out of food waste

Two material scientists from the University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science have discovered a way to make an edible ‘cement’ from discarded fruit and vegetable scraps. University of Tokyo last year, when researchers Kota Machida and Yuya Sakai made cement out of food waste. Food waste has been used as a filler in cement alternatives before, but Machida and Sakai developed the world’s first process for cement made entirely from food waste. The cement-like product is made with...
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‘University of Bristol’ is in process of developing soundproof wallpaper

Scientists at University of Bristol are developing soundproof wallpaper inspired by moths wings. Experts at the University of Bristol have discovered that the scales on moth wings act as excellent sound absorbers even when placed on an artificial surface. The University of Bristol team found the phenomenon holds the key to better sound-absorbing panels. It will revolutionize noise-canceling technology, they say. Co-author Professor Marc Holderied explained: "This research has shown one da...
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‘Sand Battery’ – Heat energy store that can be harnessed for later use

Polar Night Energy - Developer of heat storages designed to store renewable energy. The company designs and builds high temperature and zero-emission heat storage and enables the up-scaling of solar or wind energy to meet heating and electricity demand, thereby enabling customers to use heat storage facilities for housing and industrial applications. They convert electricity to heat, and store it for later use. It uses sand as the storage medium, which leads to safe operation and a natur...
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‘ARC Studio’ – on-line collaborative screenwriting software

Arc Studio - on-line collaborative screenwriting software Our mission is to help teams organize their ideas and help guide their writing process as they develop stories together, with as little friction as possible. Formatting is only the starting point; collaboration and the exchanging of ideas should be central to this process. It's a virtual writers’ room that allows Everybody to be on the same page, collaborating in real time. You can Invite co-writers with a simple click. Get in-line...
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“Skynest” – Air New Zealand’s full-length sleeping pods on plane

From 2024, Air New Zealand will offer a new Business Premier Luxe suite, a new Business Premier seat and the world's first Skynest. It will offer the most choice of any airline in its three cabins to get the best sleep in the sky. Research shows us the first night away from home is the hardest to get a good night's sleep so everything we do onboard is to help create a sense of calm – from the lighting and sleep ritual including sleepy teas and balms, to the healthier food choices and bre...
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‘The Good Patch’ – Plant based wearable wellness patches for common ailments, like – B12 Awake, Dream, Rescue, Cycle, Soothe.

The Good Patch offers a variety of wellness products and patches for life’s common ailments. Simply peel and stick. Their state-of-the-art patches allow for a steady and consistent ingredient delivery over the course of 8-12 hours. Plant-based wellness patches. Dermatologist Tested and ApprovedOur patches are gluten free, dermatologically tested, paraben free, latex free, non gmo, cruelty free and vegan. B12 AwakeInfused with Caffeine, Green Tea, and Vitamin B12. Perfect for that early...
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‘LittleOne.Care’ – AI Based Infant monitoring that listens to sounds and movements and suggests what the infant is experiencing

LittleOne.Care has developed an artificial intelligence system that monitors, tracks, and displays babies' quality of life 24/7 - anywhere, no matter the care institution. Monitoring is based on algorithms and neuron networks, with no radiation and no transmission. The device picks up all the sounds and movements made by the infant, performs an analysis, and suggests conclusions about what the infant is experiencing throughout the day. The data can also be used for early detection of potenti...
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‘Hypervsn’ SmartV – 3D holographic display that provides an immersive experience for viewers

Hypervsn SmartV creates, manage and display stunning high-definition detailed 2D and 3D content, which appears to be floating in mid-air. The HYPERVSN SmartV Platform also opens up the possibility of interactive holographic content, as the SmartV platform is built on Android, which means 3D content can be rendered in real-time and respond back to the audience in real-time depending on various inputs such as voice and motion control – and customers can develop custom applications for their br...
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‘OxfordVR’ uses virtual reality headsets for immersive treatments for Mental Illness and behavioral health

OxfordVR uses virtual reality headsets to guide patients through everyday situations like going to a store, riding a bus, or visiting a doctor’s office which can cause fear and anxiety for those suffering from psychosis. The prescription service relies on automated prompts to deliver cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), a form of talk therapy that tries to teach skills to manage or modify behavior, over a six-week course. Studies have demonstrated VR’s extraordinary potential to deliver rapid, ...
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Zap Energy Inc’s – FuZE-Q reactor that uses an electromagnetic field nuclear fusion to build modular, garage-sized reactors.

Seattle-based Zap Energy is using a lesser-known approach to nuclear fusion to build modular, garage-sized reactors. Zap Energy is building a cheap, compact, scalable fusion reactor with potentially the shortest path to commercially viable fusion and orders of magnitude less capital than traditional approaches. The conceptual basis for the technology was developed at the University of Washington led by Uri Shumlak. Zap Energy formed following the positive initial results achieved by the F...
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Camero-Tech’s ‘Xaver 1000’ – real-time detection of objects behind walls and building

Xaver 1000 is a AI based device that is radar capable of seeing through walls. High-resolution images of live objects can be seen down to the level of individual body parts too even if targets are sitting, standing, or lying down. It will provide armed forces, law enforcement agencies, intelligence units, and first responders with unmatched operating capabilities to see through the wall. The system creates an unprecedented situational awareness 3D visual picture of objects behind wall...
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Dream Chaser first and only winged commercial spaceplane that is a Supersonic Space Craft

The Dream Chaser spaceplane is a multi-mission vehicle capable of supporting a variety of LEO needs. It can be customized for both domestic and international customers via vehicle configuration, launch site, destination, landing site, duration, and a host of other variables. We have entered into agreements with multiple international space agencies. Together we are developing technologies, applications, and missions for Dream Chaser-based space systems. Dream Chaser is an American reusable l...
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