SAFR – AI-powered real-time facial recognition

SAFR for Security is the premier facial recognition solution for live video that’s both highly accurate and tuned for rapid performance. With 99.87 percent accuracy, SAFR for Security can instantly detect and match millions of faces in real time, even under challenging conditions where faces are in motion, at different angles, under poor lighting conditions, or partially obscured – reducing the number of false alarms and simplifying a security professional’s ability to secure an area with confi...
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EyeQue – Personal Vision Tracker

EyeQue allows you to use your smartphone, EyeQue personal vision tracker to measure eyesight (refraction error) and generate EyeGlass Numbers anywhere. Personal Vision Tracker is the an at-home solution to test your eyes, get EyeGlass Numbers, and use them to order eyeglasses. https://youtu.be/SjXdK9OyF5w EyeQue Insight Check your eyesightTest your glasses or contactsMonitor the whole family’s vision 5 Ways to Get to Know Your Eyes with the EyeQue Insight Test your d...
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HOHO Smart Film & Smart Glass – Transform from opaque barrier to a clear state.

Smart film has the dimming function that power on- transparent, power off-opaque. Aiming at the common glass, the smart film can be stuck on the surface of it. The installation process is simple and easy, avoiding the re-installation of your glasses. PDLC Film consists of a polymer matrix of liquid crystals enclosed by electrically conductive Indium Tin Oxide-coated PET film. The resulting PDLC Film has wiring attached to a conductive copper strip (busbar) along the film’s edge. This wir...
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‘Three Square Market’ Microchip – ‘RFID’

Three Square Market (32M) became the first company in the United States to offer implanted microchips to its employees.  Their August 1 chip party, where over 50 employees were microchipped, some on live television, sparked worldwide debate and coverage. Their story generated over 1.5 billion hits on their websites in a few weeks and brought visits from major media outlets, Katie Couric, the Today Show and more.  32M promised then to introduce technology that ...
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Bio-Printing

3D Bioprint Service Three-dimensional (3D) bioprint, otherwise termed additive manufacturing, is driving major innovations in many fields, including manufacturing, engineering, art, education and medicine. Although a newly established technology, 3D bioprint has been developed at a rapid growth during the last decade. This approach helps to achieve increasingly cell-based therapies by working with diverse materials, like plastic, metal and ceramics. Creative Biolabs has employe...
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‘Yanko Design’ – Smart Face Mask

  This smart face-mask can translate languages as you speak!  C-Face Mask and you aren’t just granted clean, purified air… you also get the power to talk in multiple languages! Designed by Japan-based Donut Robotics, the C-Face mask is a universal mask-cover that fits on top of your standard face mask. Switch it on, and the C-Face mask connects to your smartphone, giving you a wide variety of smart features. Not only does it enable you to answer calls and talk to people without holdi...
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‘6over6’ – essential optometry tools, right on the smartphone

6over6 delivers all the essential optometry tools, right into the smartphone. Using our patented technology, through the manipulation of light, everyone can now accurately measure the optical parameters of their glasses for farsighted or nearsighted vision, including pupillary distance(PD), and astigmatism. GlassesOn is registered as a Class 1 Exempt Medical Device on the FDA Medical Device Listings. However, GlassesOn does not provide medical advice, and does not replace a full e...
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INNOVATE WITH INDIA – Texas Instruments in collaboration with Department of Science and Technology (DST) -INDIA –

INNOVATE WITH INDIA, CHANGE THE WORLD! Texas Instruments in collaboration with Department of Science and Technology (DST) proudly announce the DST & Texas Instruments India Innovation Challenge Design Contest 2017 anchored by NSRCEL, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB) and supported by MyGov. The contest is open for all Indian engineering students pursuing undergraduate, postgraduate&Doctoral degrees with Indian engineering colleges. Texas Instruments (TI) invites all student in...
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Curtin university researchers have developed membrane to separate from air using a ceramic ion transport membrane

Oxygen can be separated from air using a ceramic ion transport membrane, a device permeable only to oxygen. Commercial efforts to use this technology in oxygen production and other applications have so far failed due to insufficient rates of oxygen transport, or flux. Researchers at Curtin University have developed a uniquely structured ceramic ion transport membrane for oxygen separation that shows remarkably high flux. The membrane employs a multitude of microchannels extending into the dep...
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Scientists at University of Birmingham have successfully reversed aging-associated skin wrinkles and hair loss in a mouse model

In humans, a decline in mitochondrial function is seen during aging, and mitochondrial dysfunction can drive age-related diseases. A depletion of the DNA in mitochondria is also implicated in human mitochondrial diseases, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, age-associated neurological disorders and cancer. Scientists at University of Birmingham have successfully reversed aging-associated skin wrinkles and hair loss in a mouse model When a mutation leading to mitochondrial dysfunction is indu...
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Bioprinters are 3D printer for biology that are capable of creating living Human Tissues on Demand

BioBots builds software, hardware, and wetware to design and engineer living things. Allevi is the 3D printer for biology that is trusted by leading researchers around the world. Learn more about how Allevi can be used in your lab today. microfluidic technology powers RX Bioprinters and provides unprecedented flexibility and control over 3D heterogeneous tissue fabrication. Lab-on-a-Printer™ technology was developed specifically to enable the biofabrication of highly complex, heterog...
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Custom Cell Engineering Service

The task of generating cell lines, parental cell lines, high throughput-ready cells and other tools for your cell-based discovery projects can be greatly simplified with custom cell engineering tools from Life Technologies. Complete your cell engineering projects in far less time by collaborating with our Custom Biology Services team. Whether your research requires engineered or Jump-In™ parental cell lines; BacMam virus particles or validated, high-throughput screening-ready cells in large-s...
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UCLA scientists identify a new way to activate stem cells to make hair grow

UCLA researchers have discovered a new way to activate the stem cells in the hair follicle to make hair grow. The research, led by scientists Heather Christofk and William Lowry, may lead to new drugs that could promote hair growth for people with baldness or alopecia, which is hair loss associated with such factors as hormonal imbalance, stress, aging or chemotherapy treatment. The research was published in the journal Nature Cell Biology. Hair follicle stem cells are long-lived cells in ...
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Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) and the University of North Carolina have developed skin patch that dissolves “Love Handles” in mice

Skin Patch Dissolves “Love Handles” in Mice Microneedle skin patch that delivers fat-shrinking drug locally could be used to treat obesity and diabetes Researchers have devised a medicated skin patch that can turn energy-storing white fat into energy-burning brown fat locally while raising the body’s overall metabolism. The patch could be used to burn off pockets of unwanted fat such as “love handles” and treat metabolic disorders, such as obesity and diabetes, according to researc...
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EVZIO is the first and only intelligent take-home naloxone auto-injection system with voice and visual guidance

EVZIO is the first and only intelligent take-home naloxone auto-injection system with voice and visual guidance—designed to help caregivers take fast, confident action administering naloxone in an opioid emergency. EVZIO can temporarily reverse the effects of opioids and help keep a patient breathing until emergency medical assistance is available Get emergency medical help right away after the first dose of EVZIO, even if the person wakes up If symptoms return after an injection ...
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Qualcomm’s New Virtual Reality App train to Diagnose Stroke – Think F.A.S.T. VR training: Improving stroke education and saving lives

  Strokes can happen to anyone at any time1 and the number of strokes young people experience is rising. In America, there was a 44% increase2 in the number of young adults hospitalized due to stroke over the last 10 years. Globally, it’s the second-leading cause of death3. Qualcomm Technologies (QTI) is helping medical practitioners and first responders diagnose strokes faster and in turn, reduce the long-term impact of the disease. We’ve collaborated with VR indu...
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Zebra Medical Vision leveraging Artificial Intelligence to detect Cancer in patients for $1

Zebra’s mission is to provide radiologists the tools they need to make the next leap in patient care. The demand for medical imaging services is continuously increasing, outpacing the supply of qualified radiologists and stretching them to produce more output, without compromising patient care. Only by adopting new technology that significantly enhances the capabilities of radiologists, can this crisis be mitigated. Zebra is empowering radiologists with its revolutionary AI1 offering which helps...
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RAVE- Robot Avatar Thermal Enhanced – will break the communication barrier that widely impacts many young children with minimal or no language and social interaction in early life.

Petitto Brain & Language Laboratory Completes Successful RAVE Pilot Launch The Petitto Brain & Language Laboratory, BL2, (Petitto, Scientific Director) has successfully piloted its RAVE ("Robot Avatar Thermal-Enhanced") prototype learning tool with 25 infants over the course of five days. The pilot was successfully executed between June 25 – 30, 2017. Insufficient minimal language exposure in very young children has been shown to have a devastating impact on these children’s ability ...
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HIDRATE SPARK 2.0 SMART BOTTLE THAT TRACKS YOUR HYDRATION AND ALERTS

Sometimes drinking more water is all we need to feel energized and brighten our mood. Available in an array of frosted colors, our sleek Hidrate Spark 2.0 smart water bottle will keep track of how much you drink and helps you meet your daily hydration goal. The Hidrate Spark 2.0 holds 24 fl oz (710 ml) and comes in five eye-catching colors. After many hours talking with potential customers just like you, we made the important decision to make the bottle with BPA-Free Titan plastic and without...
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Researchers at ETH Zurich in Switzerland have now developed a tiny, highly accurate acetone breath sensor that may soon serve as a core for fitness wearables and diabetes diagnostic devices

Researchers at ETH Zurich in Switzerland have now developed a tiny, highly accurate acetone breath sensor that may soon serve as a core for fitness wearables and diabetes diagnostic devices. Blow into the tube, please. In the future, the procedure will not just be used by police checking for alcohol intoxication, but also for testing the condition of athletes and for people who want to lose that extra bit of weight. A sensor developed by ETH researchers makes it possible to measure when the b...
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HOWARD HUGHES MEDICAL INSTITUTE – Whole Genome Sequencing Identifies New Genetic Signature for Autism

Autism has genetic roots, but most cases can’t be explained by current genetic tests. Now, patterns found in autistic children’s genomes – the complete set of genetic instructions inside cells – have revealed a new genetic signature for the disorder. The signature helps explain cases that don’t have other genetic markers of autism. The results, reported September 28, 2017, in the journal Cell, suggest that scanning a patient’s entire genome could help researchers better understand the suit...
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‘SoClean’ CPAP sanitizer that is activated by oxygen (ozone or O3) to kill 99% of the mold, bacteria and viruses

The world's first automated CPAP cleaner and sanitizer The SoClean 2 is a quick and easy daily CPAP sanitizer. It uses activated oxygen (ozone or O3) to kill 99% of the mold, bacteria and viruses SoClean allows easier, more effective way to clean CPAP machine equipment. SoClean kills 99.9% of CPAP germs and bacteria in your mask, hose and reservoir with no disassembly, no water, and no chemicals in order to enhance your home CPAP experience. https://youtu.be/DSr4qls9vpo Just a drop...
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UNIVERSITY OF UTAH RESEARCHERS DEVELOP FASTER, MORE ACCURATE TEST FOR LIVER CANCER THAT CAN BE ADMINISTERED ANYWHERE

It’s estimated that about 788,000 people worldwide died of liver cancer in 2015, the second-leading cause of cancer deaths, according to the latest statistics from the World Health Organization. One of the major challenges in combatting this disease is detecting it early because symptoms often don’t appear until later stages. But a team of researchers led by University of Utah chemical engineering and chemistry professor Marc Porter and U surgeon and professor Courtney Scaife has developed a ...
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FDA cleared Xstat30 wound dressing, an expandable, multi-sponge dressing used to Stop Gun and Knife Wounds in Arms and Legs

U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared the use of the XSTAT 30 wound dressing, an expandable, multi-sponge dressing used to control severe, life-threatening bleeding from wounds in areas that a tourniquet cannot be placed (such as the groin or armpit) in battlefield and civilian trauma settings. The clearance expands the device’s indication from use by the military only to use in adults and adolescents in the general population. Early control of severe bleeding may prevent shock and may be...
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Home Med Station medications organizing and aiding people in maintaining compliance in their medication schedule

The Home Med Station is the most convenient method for organizing and identifying a large number of regularly scheduled medications. By week, it indicates the time to take medications in four simple intervals daily. It has a helpful medicine sorting area, and there is even an area for weekly patient communications that can store 52 weeks of communication sheets. The patented features in the Home Med Station are designed to aid people in maintaining compliance in their medication schedule. It ha...
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Hexoskin smart shirt is capable of accurately tracking an array of biometric data. (cardiac, respiratory, sleep and activity data)

 Hexoskin Smart Shirts are a comfortable new way to monitor precise cardiac, respiratory, sleep and activity data. People with cardiovascular disease with a high cardiovascular risk (due to the presence of one or more risk factors such as hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia or already established disease) need early detection and management using counseling and medicines, as appropriate. Hexoskin is an efficient and accurate solution to collect quantitative data about patients, every day,...
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Total Solar Eclipse Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun.

Eclipse: Who? What? Where? When? and How? Total Solar Eclipse On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will be treated to an eclipse of the sun. Anyone within the path of totalitycan see one of nature’s most awe-inspiring sights - a total solar eclipse. This path, where the moon will completely cover the sun and the sun's tenuous atmosphere - the corona - can be seen, will stretch from Lincoln Beach, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. Observers outside this path will s...
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North Carolina State University Spheroid Stem Cell Production Sows Hope for IPF (Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis)Treatment

In a small pilot study, researchers from North Carolina State University have demonstrated a rapid, simple way to generate large numbers of lung stem cells for use in disease treatment. This method of harvesting and growing a patient’s own lung stem cells shows promise in mice for treating idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), and could one day provide human IPF sufferers with an effective, less invasive method of treatment for their disease. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a chronic ir...
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University of Chicago genetically modified skin cells to produce glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP1) protein that is beneficial in diabetes and obesity

A research team based at the University of Chicago has overcome challenges that have limited gene therapy and demonstrated how their novel approach with skin transplantation could enable a wide range of gene-based therapies to treat many human diseases. In the August 3, 2017 issue of the journal Cell Stem Cell, the researchers provide “proof-of-concept.” They describe gene-therapy administered through skin transplants to treat two related and extremely common human ailments: type-2 diabetes a...
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Drug developed at the University of Rochester Medical Center protected mice from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

A drug developed at the University of Rochester Medical Center protected mice from one of the many ills of our cheeseburger and milkshake-laden Western diet – non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In a study out today in the journal JCI Insights, scientists report that a drug called “URMC-099” reversed liver inflammation, injury and scarring in animals fed a diet high in fat, sugar and cholesterol. The diet was designed to replicate the Western fast food diet and recreate the features of non-alc...
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