“If people say it’s impossible we have to prove them wrong.”Design students Anna and Terese took on a giant challenge as an exam project. Something no one had done before. If they could swing it, it would for sure be revolutionary. The bicycle is a tool to change the world. If we use bikes AND travel safe: Life will be better for all.
Health 2.0’s Boston Code-a-thon, is a coding competition designed around using big-data to build exciting new applications and tools to improve health care. This year, we’re hosting the event in conjunction with our annual spring conference, Spring Fling: Matchpoint Boston, which is focused on getting entrepreneurial teams from “big ideas” to the negotiating table with established health care leaders.
UIIN is a resource and networking platform fostering the exchange of knowledge and information between universities and industry.
Applications submitted to i4i Product Development Awards are expected to be of a high quality and will be judged using the following selection criteria:
- evidence that a novel technology or intervention will be the the ultimate output of the research and development, delivering a clear benefit to patients
- the relevance of the research topic to the needs of the NHS
- the strength of the project team
- the degree of technological innovation and the case for further development
- the economic case
- the strength of the overall business plan.
via Pages – guidance.
Evan Clabots, from Nonlinear Studio, has developed a Kickstarter-backed solution called the Amplifiear. It’s a clip-on accessory that reflects audio–especially the higher frequencies–back at the user. The amplifier requires no power to use; it’s just plastic, fitted with a “tension clip” (read: an etching within the plastic) that allows it to fit on iPad 2s or the new iPad (3rd generation).
“I see Mickey Mouse”