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Wearable skin to monitor health conditions

Australian engineers at Monash University have developed a stretchable skin that can be used to monitor a wide variety of medical conditions. The electronic skin contains sensors that send signals to smartphones. The thin bandaid-like ‘wearable skin’ is made from gold and is highly stretchable. The wearability of the electronic skin means it can be used to track a range of health issues, including blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose levels. www.sbs.com.au/news/australians-develop-new-wearable-skin-to-monitor-health-conditions?

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A robotic puppy

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A better way to mend broken bones

Broken bones are often mended with metal plates or screws, but metal was never designed to be part of the body. A groundbreaking 3D-printed ceramic alternative has now been developed. The material mimics the property of bone, acting as a scaffold on which the body can regenerate new bone, then gradually degrading. Trials have shown that it may actually kick-start new bone growth. Once the product becomes widely available, it could provide better treatment options for millions of people worldwide who suffer bone loss due to injury, infection, disease or abnormal skeletal development. https://www.australiaunlimited.com/science/hala-zreiqat

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A library that lends ties, handbags and briefcases

A “Grow Up Work Fashion” lending library has recently opened at the New York Public Library Riverside branch to offer help when residents need it ahead of a job interview, graduation or other formal event. They can borrow up to two ties and one briefcase or one handbag for a three-week period, and all they need is a New York Public Library card. https://www.metro.us/news/local-news/new-york/new-york-public-library-ties-briefcases-handbags

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Finding koalas with heat seeking drones

Heat from animals can be identified using high tech sensors in cameras flown in drones. Artificial intelligence algorithms are used to analyse the thermal imagery to determine what’s seen and can identify koalas. Field tests after the heat-sensing camera work showed it was 100 per cent accurate. https://www.smh.com.au/environment/conservation/heat-seeking-drones-find-brisbane-s-hiding-koalas-20181003-p507km.html

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A new way to turn sunlight into fuel

Researchers from St. John’s College, University of Cambridge, have discovered a new way to utilize energy from the sun and turn it into fuel that could directly compete with fossil fuels. The researchers used semi-artificial photosynthesis to explore new ways to produce and store solar energy. They used natural sunlight to separate hydrogen and oxygen. This research could revolutionize the way we are currently utilizing the sun for renewable energy production. Their method was able to absorb even more solar light than the natural process of photosynthesis. https://www.collective-evolution.com/2018/09/12/scientists-discover-a-new-efficient-way-to-turn-sunlight-into-fuel/

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Capturing Stories & Memories

Tributes at funerals and memorial services are heard by all, but the informal stories and memories shared later are only heard by a few. These gatherings are unique – never before and never again to happen in this exact composition – extended family, friends old and new, work colleagues, all those moved to be there find themselves sharing stories and feelings. What if these recollections and priceless insights could be captured? The greatest honour of all – never to be forgotten is the service offered by “Your Story Of” recording on video stories and memories. Later you receive on a USB drive, a professionally edited short video of these stories, together with all the interview footage, as well as the names, email addresses and phone numbers of everyone who spoke to us – to follow up if you wish. The USB can be copied and shared. A family grieving, preoccupied or numb on the day, can find solace in the months and years to come discovering and rediscovering the influence their loved one had on others. Future generations would get to know someone so much a part of their family history, in a way they otherwise never could. For further details phone 0403032409 or email julietruman@ozemail.com.au https://yourstoryof.com.au/cms/

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