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Tech For Good Ten | 03.08.2015
The YONO app user an analysis of the pattern to determine the best fertility window to make a baby.
FlowKana aims to create a Netflix-like recommendation engine for setting it apart in the American weed space.
Developed at Cambridge University, the brain-training game aims to improve cognitive function for sufferers of the mental health condition.
Bionic eyes allow the retina to be stimulated as brain interprets it as light, allowing sight for patients.
Video feature of Brothers for All, a ground-breaking programme that’s first of its kind in Africa.
The Repurpose Schoolbag emits solar light means children can do their homework, even during power cuts.
Users can see in the dark, detect invisible heat sources, check temperatures and even see through fog or smoke.
Proposed highly visible sunblock initiatives seek a safer and healthier community during summer seasons
The universe-like depth and complexity of the human brain can now be studied in excruciating detail thanks to new imaging tech
Crowdsourcing, cultural institutions as content brands, bringing digital into the physical experience, the new souvenir and engaging domestic visitors are being used to engage audiences.