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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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Research that shows how the immune system could be more effective

An elevated body temperature can kill. Yet fever—which is precisely that—is a common response to infection. Recent research shows how febrile temperatures encourage a particular protein called Hsp90 to shepherd immune-system cells to sites of infection. This research suggests ways in which the process might be regulated to a patient’s advantage. Drugs that increase Hsp90 production should promote the migration of T-cells to lymph nodes, and so aid the treatment of infections that need a larger immune response. Conversely, drugs that diminish Hsp90 production might help reduce T-cell movement in people with so-called auto-immune disorders, such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis, in which immune-system cells attack the body they are part of. www.economist.com/science-and-technology/2019/01/15/how-fever-helps-combat-disease-has-now-been-better-understood

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A solar powered tent for the homeless

This solar powered tent folds up into a rollaway backpack and was produced by girls who hope that one day, their tent will improve the lives of people experiencing homelessness in their community. The teens, none of whom had coded, soldered, sewn, or 3D-printed before they joined forces, won a $10,000 grant from the Lemelson-MIT Program to develop the invention. They were recruited by DIY Girls, a nonprofit that teaches girls from low-income communities about engineering, maths and science, to go after the grant. https://www.buildingandinteriors.com/10205/

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A necklace that protects women from assault

The Women’s Safety XPRIZE of $1 million was awarded to Leaf Wearables. The official challenge was to create a device costing less than $40 that can “autonomously and inconspicuously trigger an emergency alert while transmitting information to a network of community responders, all within 90 seconds.” Leaf had the advantage of having already shipped a product along these lines, the Safer pendant. https://safety.xprize.org/prizes/womens-safety/teams/leaf_wearables

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Preventing diseases by stopping mosquitoes reproduce

Mosquitoes are the deadliest creatures on Earth — each year, nearly a million people die from a disease they caught from one of the tiny insects. Rather than focusing on finding a cure for bug-borne diseases like malaria and Zika, a team of scientists from the University of Arizona decided to focus their research directly on mosquitoes. In the process, they found a protein seemingly essential for mosquito reproduction — and the discovery could lead to the creation of a drug that acts as “birth control” for the tiny killers. https://futurism.com/the-byte/mosquito-birth-control-prevent-deaths

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Are you looking for ideas from staff or just information?

Employees don’t contribute ideas when their boss is not interested. There is often a mismatch in goals between givers and recipients of advice. Though we usually have experience both with seeking and giving advice, when we put our advice seeker’s hat on, we seem to forget our perspective when we are giving advice. Advice seekers often view the purpose of the interaction to be more information-focused, while advisors view it as more guidance-focused. This disconnect can lead advisors to overestimate the likelihood that their advice will be taken. As a result, advice seekers risk facing unanticipated costs if they don’t take the advice, such as offending the advice giver and reducing their interest in giving more advice in the future. A recent Employee Innovation Survey considered why employees don’t contribute ideas. The purpose of the survey was to determine if employees have a voice in helping their organisations succeed. The main reason given was that the boss is not interested. Employees want more power to implement ideas they suggest. They also want management to be more supportive in testing ideas. 23% said nothing happened with their ideas and many were annoyed when time was spent developing an idea and either they weren’t empowered to test it, or they received no feedback on why it wouldn’t be accepted. Feedback was shown to be important in building employee engagement. The survey shows that 84% of leaders are talking about the need for innovation, however only 69% of employees believe the culture of their organisation actually welcomes new ideas. This result indicates there is a significant gap in organisations ‘walking the talk’ on innovation. Organisations that offer a tool for employees to contribute ideas have much better scores. Frustration was expressed when leaders said they wanted innovation but were not resourcing it. Management often give the illusion of wanting ideas, but then lack the skills to capture ideas in a simple way, give feedback and implement good ideas. In progressive organisations, innovation is part of the culture- a continuous process where employees are encouraged to suggest ideas. The Employee Innovation Survey was sent to about 2,000 employees, with 18% responding and volunteering extensive comments- see below. A full report on the results with charts and comments is now being prepared. Please contact me if you’d like to receive it. Lynn Wood IdeaSpies Enterprise, ph 0418 966 625 lynn.wood@IdeaSpies.com

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Do you want to be the internal champion for innovation?

The best source of innovation is employees If you want to be an internal champion for innovation look around you. You can encourage useful ideas from your colleagues. Recent research has shown that over 90% of employees believe they are the best source of innovation with 57% strongly agreeing and 34% agreeing The purpose of the survey was to determine if employees have a voice in helping their organisations succeed. Innovation was defined simply in the survey as “implementation of ideas that add value”. When asked what would make it easier for them to contribute ideas the top response was 45% wanting a software tool/digital platform that’s easy to use. David Thodey AO, Chair of CSIRO and Jobs for NSW, said “I really like the IdeaSpies Enterprise solution. I have a strong view that the best source of innovation is your staff. They know the business and how to improve it better than consultants. The issue has always been how do you provide an open forum for those ideas?” The Employee Innovation Survey was sent to about 2,000 employees, with 18% responding and volunteering extensive comments. A full report on the results with charts and comments is now being prepared. Please contact me if you’d like to receive it. Lynn Wood IdeaSpies Enterprise, ph 0418 966 625 lynn.wood@IdeaSpies.com

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A sponge that could reduce negative effects of chemotherapy

The toxic side-effects of chemotherapy could be reduced by a sponge-like device which strains leftover cancer drugs from the blood stream before they damage the brain or cause hair loss. The tubular device is 3D-printed – so it could be tailor-made to fit the patient. Its mesh-like centre is covered with a special coating that absorbs the drug, but lets blood flow through the device unhindered. https://www.bbc.com/news/health-46782190

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