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Tech fo Good Ten | 29.06.2015
In what’s been a massive week for same sex relationship equality, here’s seven of the brightest tech projects from the LGBT community.
UK based gender and technology project Chayn has created an online resource for abused women by aiding consultation between abuse survivors and lawyers across the globe.
New prophylactic design not only helps prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections, but can immediately identify STIs.
Organ-on-Chips embedded with hollow microfluidic tubes lined with human cells, through which air, nutrients, blood and infection-causing bacteria could be pumped.
A selection of well-being personal organisation and good deed apps to keep alert during July fasting.
Brigade Media invites people to discuss currents affairs and democratic, civic-related topics.
Fatherly, the editorial resource for dads, sources content dependent on the age of their child and their interests.
Motion Light Lab aims to translate research into tangible educational products for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Google agrees to include info from US Department of Transportation’s vast database to pinpoint every rail crossing hotspot.
Vital ideas to help protect against intrusions in online use.