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A new way to plant trees

BioCarbon Engineering has come up with a new clever way of planting trees. Drones fire tree bullets into the ground at a precise location. They are driven by AI and are very accurate. The bullets are biodegradable containers with nutrient rich solution. These drones are expected to be able to plant 100,000 trees a day. https://www.biocarbonengineering.com/services

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Location Tracking without Cell Networks

Lynq is a simple location tracking device that could connect up to 12 people without a phone, WiFi, cell networks, apps, and subscriptions. Moreover, it has a range between devices of up to 3 miles and gives you vibrations when anyone is outside the boundary that you set. Lynq is also designed to endure the harshest environments and able to last up to 3 days without recharging. https://lynqme.com/

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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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Detecting cancer from a drop of blood

Researchers from the University of Kansas have developed a new type of microfluidic lab-on-a-chip which is optimized for detecting exosomes, the tiny parcels of biological information that carry important instructions for tumor growth. In recent years, biologists have mapped exosome behavior to detect cancer. This new device significantly improves exosome detection. It can produce these microfluidic sensors in a cheaper, easier and faster way.. https://www.futurity.org/cancer-blood-lab-on-a-chip-1992392/

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Thumb prints instead of passwords

Google and Android are eliminating the need for passwords on mobile devices, while simultaneously making interactions more secure. Creating and remembering secure passwords is a growing problem and drain on productivity. Android is making it possible to log in to websites in Chrome via thumbprint identification or hardware dongles like a YubiKey. This security move will affect over one billion devices. Android developers will be able to design simpler interactions into their websites, dramatically improving ease of use. https://www.wired.com/story/android-passwordless-login-fido2/

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Birth control for mosquitoes voted top idea at Ashurst Boardroom Lunch

Three ideas from IdeaSpies were presented by Rachel Tate at the Ashurst March 2019 Boardroom Lunch. The idea receiving the most votes from directors was birth control for mosquitoes! This idea now goes to the final at the December Boardroom Lunch to select the top idea for the year. www.ideaspies.com/preventing-diseases-by-stopping-mosquitoes-reproduce/.

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Preventing Extinction Using Artificial Intelligence and Citizen Science

Wild Me is introducing an innovative program where citizen science and high technology are combined to fight the extinction of wildlife. Microsoft AI is the technology that uses the algorithm to distinguish the pattern of an animal’s physical appearance, for instance, skin pattern and scars. This program would not be completed without the help of citizen science and researchers who actively seek the existence of the living creatures and record them. For example, the data shows that Wild Me succeeded in identifying 10 times more whale sharks than ever recorded. https://www.wildme.org/

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An internship program for Uni students within their degree

The multi award-winning PACE (Professional and Community Engagement) program is offered to all undergraduate students at Macquarie University and is a vital part of their career preparation. Through PACE they go beyond the classroom to apply their learning in practice. They undertake a practical activity with one of over 3,000 partner organisations across Australia and around the world to learn from industry leaders in their chosen field, gain vital contacts, and develop the employability skills they need to start their careers. IdeaSpies is proud to partner with PACE and engage two enthusiastic interns interested in learning more about innovation. They have also provided two teams to work on the prototype of an app for IdeaSpies! https://www.mq.edu.au/study/why-study-here/employability/learning-for-life

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The world’s largest telescope

The Square Kilometre Array (SKA), a radio telescope to be built at CSIRO’s Observatory in Western Australia, will ultimately have a total collecting area of one square kilometre (hence the name) – ten times larger than any existing facility. It will be so sensitive it could detect an airport radar on a planet tens of light years away. This sensitivity will revolutionise our understanding of the Universe and the laws of fundamental physics. Astronomers will be able to track the growth of millions of galaxies through cosmic time, perhaps finally nailing the nature of the mysterious ‘dark energy’. And they’ll be able to trace the giant magnetic fields that run through the universe, learning what generates them. blog.csiro.au/plans-for-mega-telescope-coming-into-focus/

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A simple blood test for cancer?

Grail is on a quest to detect multiple types of cancer before symptoms, via a single, simple blood test. The test looks at cell-free plasma to find fragments of so-called circulating tumour DNA (ctDNA) sloughed off by cancer cells. Detecting cancer sooner – before symptoms – means you can intervene earlier and people are less likely to die. http://www.inkl.com/newsletters/morning-edition/news/could-we-soon-be-able-to-detect-cancer-in-10-minutes?

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