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Tech fo Good Ten | 22.06.2015
Kathryn Parsons, Juliana Rotich and Elizabeth Feinler among gamechangers given a nod in this list of women who have changed Tech around the world
2 // Female Czech Designer avoids the cliches of sex toy stereotypes with new Whoop.de.doo range - Sex tech for good takes a practical approach for women with a reshaping of old designs
WellBe's heart rate monitor just just one the Tech for Good innovations from emerging Israeli 'Silicon Valley'
The Scalevo electric chair can tackle gradients and uneven terrains equally with ease
Born without a right hand, Nicky Ashwell, talks about the feeling of 'liberation' found with her new limb
6 // British acting loveys join with UNICEF to retell Hans Christian Andersen fairtales via app - Roger Moore and Ewan McGregor two of the actors lending their voices to raise money for charity project
7 // Danish design students launch communication device for best use in natual disasters - In the hands of volunteers, Reachi allows damage and assessment reports to be sent to the Red Cross
8 // Video article of research into absorbing solar energy out of natural water to power technology - Columbia University research develops good system for use of the earth's daily 1,000 trillion litres of evaporated H20
9 // 'Transparent' heavy vehicles could make driving a less intimidating experience - Samsung introduce see through HGV's aimed at providing drivers to make better decisions at high speeds
10 // With 40million users worldwide, here's how to ask a homework question with in a 10 minute response - As the world's most used social learning network, Brainly scoops the Europa Conference and Award's Best Educational start up prize