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The first bionic kidney- replacing the need for dialysis

Scientists from the University of California have created the first bionic kidney that can replace damaged kidneys. This kidney is a perfect replica for a human kidney and should save millions of lives. The bionic kidney can be put into the human body by plain surgery and so far it has been shown to work effectively with everyone. It filtrates toxins from the blood in the same way as human kidneys. www.tehvibes.com/technology/by-2019-the-first-bionic-kidney-will-discard-the-need-for-dialysis/

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Electric scooters that could revolutionise urban transport

Depending on who you ask, the electric, internet-connected scooters appearing all over California are either the future of transportation or a public nuisance. They’re managed through smartphone apps. With Bird, for example, you open the app to see a map of nearby available scooters, from which you can select one, scan a QR code on the scooter, tap “unlock” in the app, and start your ride. Once you’ve scooted to your destination—Bird says most rides are less than 2 miles—you lock the scooter up again. https://qz.com/1257997/electric-scooters-are-flooding-california-and-theyll-be-on-your-sidewalks-soon/

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Using data to win elections

A US designed software system called i360 that was critical in delivering successes for Donald Trump in key swing states was also used successfully by the South Australian Liberal Party last month. People say it was critical in their winning for the first time in 16 years. i360’s comprehensive data capability is a combination of hard data points and predictive modeling. It allows you to reach your target audience anywhere they consume media. Using their system you can focus on getting the right message to the right voter wherever that may be. http://i-360.com

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Turning pollution into ink

Graviky Labs, has developed a system to collect soot from exhaust pipes and convert it to ink or paint for artists. The unit captures up to 95% of the particular matter pollution without inducing back-pressure on the engines. It’s designed with heat and water-proof electronics and materials. You can contact Graviky if you are interested in customizing KAALINK™ for other use-cases, or air pollution capture through fossil-fuel sources. www.graviky.com/kaalink.html

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A nerve implant to control pain that doesn’t require surgery

The 6.5-millimeter-long programmable implant can receive both power and data via ultrasound through more than 10.5 centimeters of tissue. Because of its versatility and small size it could be injected through a needle rather than require surgery. Scientists envision that it will greatly expand the number of conditions treated with electrical stimulation of the body’s nerves. So far, most of those treatments have focused on stimulating spinal nerves for controlling pain and the vagus nerve for epilepsy and depression. Non-drug treatments using nerve stimulators can be transformative for many patients. A nerve stimulator that could be implanted with minimally invasive surgery, or simply be injected, would allow nerve stimulation treatments to reach 100-fold more patients. Animal testing to prove the project is planned soon. https://spectrum.ieee.org/the-human-os/biomedical/bionics/ultrasoundpowered-injectable-nerve-implant-works-deep-in-body?

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Get all your school’s communications in one place

A new app called Skool Loop helps school principals who are spending an increasing amount of time on administrative functions. It provides a simple, user-friendly process for schools to quickly and easily communicate with the school community. The app contains features such as instant messaging, school calendar synchronisation, absentee messaging, newsletters and notices. It’s free, secure, and doesn’t require any training to use. Participating schools in Australia and NZ are allocated a team member who will set it up for them, free of charge. www.skoolloop.com

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The world’s first electrified road

This month Sweden unveiled the world’s first publicly-accessible electrified road, capable of charging electric vehicles while they drive on it. It works with a rail embedded in the road. Electric vehicles have a connector that goes down in two tracks in this rail to pick up the electricity. The system is able to calculate the vehicle’s energy consumption, which enables electricity costs to be debited per vehicle and user. The pilot project stretches two kilometres along a public road just outside of Stockholm, near Arlanda Airport. The Swedish government has outlined plans for a national grid of electrified roads across the country.  http://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-monday-full-episode-1.4621483/electric-avenue-sweden-builds-a-road-that-charges-your-vehicle-while-you-drive-1.4621485

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An active kids voucher

The NSW Government is helping kids get active with the new Active Kids program. Parents, guardians and carers can apply for a voucher valued up to $100 per calendar year for each student enrolled in school. The voucher may be used with a registered activity provider for registration, participation and membership costs for sport, fitness and active recreation activities. The idea was mentioned as part of a briefing by the NSW Treasurer to the Sydney Financial Forum today. https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-active-kids-voucher

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