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Tech For Good Ten 20.07.2015
Scientists at Osaka University reveal MicroHyala, the patch that doesn't require a physician's hand
PhotoDNA available to companies to tackle the 720,000 abuse images uploaded online daily
BioSURE offers a 99.7% guarantee for testing AIDS at a time and location convenient to users
Portable light source SULI adds flexibility to locations with and without electricity
Browser extension and website, Depict, gives accurate descriptions online improving how blind people use the internet
GlucoSense designed to be non-invasive while testing glucose levels accurately
Free from toxins, Hempcrete offers insulation and flexibility to both the construction trade and the environment
The developing BRIDGES glider has the potential to reach depths of 5,000m in 75% of the world's ocean coverage
Finding Rover app designed to be 99% accurate in recognising missing dogs and cats
The IKO 'hand' encourages freedom of artistic expression and quality of life for young people