A new technology that identifies healthy embryos

Life Whisperer, a new technology that identifies healthy embryos, has been labelled a game changer for couples struggling to conceive. The world-first IVF technology developed in South Australia uses artificial intelligence to compare images of new embryos with those that have previously led to successful pregnancies. Currently, doctors have to rely on the naked eye, and a microscope, to determine the healthiest embryo. https://7news.com.au/news/sa/revolutionary-ivf-treatment-uses-artificial-intelligence-to-find-healthy-embryos-c-76007

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A watch that tracks Parkinson’s

Global Kinetics, a startup based in Melbourne, has developed a wearable device called the Parkinson’s KinetiGraph (PKG) which continuously tracks the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. It is designed for patients to wear for 6-10 days at a time, with the data then used to better inform doctors about how to manage and treat their patients. PKG is reported to be the first tech to provide an objective record of a Parkinson’s patient’s symptoms over time. www.globalkineticscorporation.com.au

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AI to help you choose the right product

Walmart, the world’s biggest brick-and-mortar retailer, is building out its e-commerce experience to better compete with Amazon. It has acquired Aspectiva, a startup out of Israel whose AI-based technology analyses user-generated content, like customers’ product reviews, and combines it with a shopper’s browsing behavior to make product suggestions to shoppers both online and in stores. https://techcrunch.com/2019/02/25/walmart-acquires-israels-aspectiva-which-analyses-ugc-to-recommend-products-to-shoppers/

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Personalised marketing from an e-commerce store

Personalised marketing from an e-commerce store

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A machine that extracts carbon from the atmosphere

Climeworks is a Swiss company whose goal is to make it possible to capture CO₂ from the air for below $100 per ton. They believe that by 2030 there will be a global average price on carbon in the range of $100 to $150 a ton. Currently only a few European countries have made progress in assessing a high price on carbon however Climeworks believe more countries will price carbon. Then a company that sells a product or uses a process that creates high emissions (an airline, for instance, or a steel maker) could be required to pay carbon-removal companies $100 per metric ton or more to offset their CO₂ output. Or a government might use carbon-tax proceeds to directly pay businesses to collect and bury CO₂. www.nytimes.com/2019/02/12/magazine/climeworks-business-climate-change.html

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Tests that can predict chronic conditions

Currently, most medical treatments are provided to people after the onset of disease symptoms, regardless of their genetic background. As a result, people may receive treatments too late to be effective and, in some cases, unsuitable treatments are administered. Proprietary tests developed by Advanced Genetic Diagnostics, a participant in the CSIRO ON program, can be applied years before the development of chronic disease symptoms. Earlier treatment of high risk people could save lives. They are currently seeking investors to market their test across the globe. www.advancedgenetictests.com

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Combining radio and Netflix

Spotify could build something between radio and Netflix. Like radio, Spotify can be the portal by which every consumer discovers and enjoys audio content. At the same time, Spotify seems increasingly interested in producing original, Spotify-exclusive content. If Spotify can successfully do both, it could become the default platform for both the discovery and production of original audio content. https://www.theverge.com/2019/2/6/18213743/spotify-gimlet-media-anchor-podcast-app

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A new way to treat abscesses

Whilst considered relatively benign, abscesses are a significant precursor to major medical adverse outcomes. Innova Medical, a participant in the CSIRO ON program, has developed a sterile, single use device that offers a complete solution for out-of-theatre management of abscesses; the device comprises skin penetration, drainage, and collection management components in a convenient package. www.inovamedical.com.au

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Zero- packaging shops avoid plastic waste

Zero-packaging shops, sometimes known as zero-waste grocery stores, allow customers to bring and refill their own containers. They offer food products (cereals, pasta, oils) and even household products (soap, dishwashing powder). You simply bring your own jars and containers and buy as little or as much as you need. These new businesses demonstrate how products can be offered without packaging. In doing so they provide both environmental and economic benefits. www.sbs.com.au/news/zero-packaging-stores-show-we-can-kick-our-plastic-addiction

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Saving electricity costs by automatic switches of suppliers

A device that automatically switches supplier when cheaper deals become available is set to revolutionise the home energy market. The launch of Labrador comes as more and more people are changing their energy companies. The company’s free service is primarily targeted at the growing number of households which have smart meters, that automate readings. With investors including the Daily Mail and venture capital firm Hambro Perks, Labrador is considered one of the UK’s most exciting startups. www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/mar/11/labrador-switch-energy-suppliers

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Clothes that can be tailored to your body while you wait

This year you’ll be able to buy a jumper from Ministry of Supply stores that will adjust to your size on the spot, using only heat. That means you could take a medium off the shelf, and after Ministry of Supply takes your measurements, an in-store robotic machine will use a heat gun to adjust the jumper to your size that you can see while you wait. www.fastcompany.com/90281007/ministry-of-supply-will-tailor-this-sweater-to-your-body-in-minutes

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