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Aussie digital health company announces V2 of respiratory diagnostic smartphone test
Australian digital health company ResApp Health Limited has received approval for the latest version of the world’s first smartphone-based diagnostic test for respiratory disease for both adults and children. This extends existing approval and adds the ability to test adults for lower respiratory tract disease, pneumonia, asthma exacerbation and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease exacerbation. This certification also allows the sale of this app throughout the European Economic Area. | http://bit.ly/33boyLp
8th October 2019 by mel 0 Comments
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Dining

Prize winning corn bread
What a clever idea to top corn bread with slices of sweet onion. A prize winning entry at the Riverhead Country Fair.
14th October 2019 by sabrabrock 0 Comments
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Artistic

Celebration Food as Art
Food as art, decoration and delicious consumption spotted at the opening celebration to honour 50 years of Kaldor Public Art Projects. In collaboration with the Art Gallery of New South Wales the Kaldor Public Art Projects has been created by British artist Michael Landy. This exhibition at the Gallery of NSW brings an artist’s perspective to bear on the 50-year history and 34 ground breaking, art projects. Making Art Public also features major new commissions and presentations as well as a new creative learning space.
14th October 2019 by make-happen 0 Comments
(3 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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Disability

A wearable that allows a deaf person to feel music
The Sound Shirt jacket allows a deaf person to feel vocals or instrumentals on their skin. Live music is translated into data in real-time and then communicated to the wearer via sensors embedded in the fabric of the garment. https://www.sbs.com.au/news/deaf-twins-feel-music-thanks-to-haptic-jackets
13th October 2019 by lynnwood 0 Comments
(3 vote(s), average 4.3 out of 5)
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Industrial

Value From Solid Wine Waste
‘waste to value’ technology enables on-site processing of solid wine waste to produce tartaric acid and grape sugar. These are both key ingredients in the global food manufacturing value chain. The market demand for tartaric acid alone is expected to be US$3.16 billion by 2022. Applying this technology to large-scale wine production improves production flexibility (including input cost flexibility), and generates better environmental outcomes. https://www.amgc.org.au/project/value-from-solid-wine-waste/
13th October 2019 by michael-sharp... 0 Comments
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Artistic

Community collaboration to produce a Graveyard Tour
Three community groups on Long Island NY collaborated to produce a Graveyard Tour this month. "Widows" in Victorian dress guided us to tombstones of historically prominent local people where actors in costume portrayed them. The last actor, dressed as a Victorian era undertaker, told us about customs for burials at that time including the practice of photographing dead people. The three community groups are the Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society, Mattituck Presbyterian Church and North Fork Community Theatre.
13th October 2019 by lynnwood 1 Comments
(3 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)