Sharing innovation to inspire action

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21st February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 0 Comments
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Healthcare

Australian researchers discover early signs of genetic links to Congenital Heart Disease
Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death and hospitalisation in infants, affecting one in 100 births. The potential for a genetic link to the condition is now being explored in a new Australian Genomics study supported by HeartKids.So far advanced genetic testing could potentially identify the cause of conditions in up to 50% of families, helping to improve diagnosis, provide better treatment and management outcomes as well as early diagnosis of CHD. 200 families affected by CHD are urged to participate in the study to help researchers.Visit Heartkids for more information! 
21st February 2020 by ideaspy_09 0 Comments
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Industrial

Groasis Waterboxx: Bringing Life to the Desert
The Groasis Waterboxx was created by Dutch flower exporter, Pieter Hoff. The Groasis is a planting device that makes growing crops in the desert possible, and resource-efficient. It consists of an "intelligent bucket" made from recycled paper, which can germinate seeds, incubate saplings, and water plants. It requires 90% less water than traditional growing methods and can be used in some of the most extreme climates on Earth
21st February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 1 Comments
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Artistic

An Ideas Journal
IdeaSpies has collaborated with Corban & Blair to produce these beautiful leather journals  that you can use to record
21st February 2020 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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Wellbeing

Energy production after Disaster: Zéphyr Solar
Bringing Electricity to Disaster Zones Zéphyr is a photovoltaic balloon and eco-friendly generator created by Karen Assaraf, Julie Dautel, and Cédric Tomissi. The balloon only requires water in order to inflate and can capture solar energy from as high as 165 feet (50 meters) in the air. The balloon is connected by a cable to a base, where the energy is stored. Its creators hope that it will bring power to areas struck by natural disasters
20th February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 1 Comments
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