Wearable heartbeat authenticator

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Exoskeleton for the rehabilitation

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Marine suspension technology

Energy efficient mining trucks

ETF (European Truck Factory) trucks are the one-of-a-kind technological innovation of mining load trucks and trains. The innovative design results in the lowest cost per tonne increasing in mine output. Being invented in Slovenia by Eddy de Jongh the ETF mining trucks and trains are contributing considerably to protect the environment and to bring safety for the total mining operation at the first place. They are designed for payloads up to 600 tonnes. There are huge operator cost savings due to the unique configuration and the software which increases the number of trains and allows having only one operator for a single haul train. The ETF vehicles also feature tyre savings of more than 45 %. Showing enormous stability, the trucks may withstand any landscape and drag even in very wet and slippery conditions. Being the answer to the demand for larger payloads ETF mining machine elevates mining standards to the 21st century.

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World's first wearable translator

ili is a wearable translator that instantly translates words. This device can be used anywhere and anytime, without a connection to the Internet. Its intuitive user interface allows to use the device as if a person directly communicates with the other person. The device will be available for businesses in the USA from June 2017. The price has not been officially announced, though ili would cost for about $200.

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The first emotional robot in the world

In June last year, the Japanese company SoftBank launched in sale robot named Pepper. Pepper is a human-shaped robot. He is kind, cute and touching. The creators designed it to be a true day-to-day companion for people. Pepper is positioned as a good friend who is always here. His number one dignity is the ability to receive emotions. With its big eyes, likable ability and general lovely appearance, Pepper reminds some of Astro Boy, the robot hero from anime, films, TV and video games.

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The first cannabis growing device

Frontline tailor-made camouflage system

3B BlackBio provides a wide range of products and services in molecular testing

Robotic rehabilitation solutions for patients suffering from a variety of neurological diseases

Motorika is developing robotic rehabilitation solutions for patients suffering from a variety of neurological diseases (lat. Neurological morbis), including stroke, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury. Since its founding by prominent medical technology entrepreneur Professor Shlomo Ben-Haim, Motorika has set out to create robot-assisted solutions to meet the therapeutic needs of patients suffering from a variety of neurological conditions, as well as orthopedic and post-surgery dysfunction. The company works with top experts in the field to develop and market high-end robotic-assisted rehabilitation products for upper and lower extremities.

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Genprex: developing the immunogene therapy for cancer

Genprex, Inc. is a clinical stage gene therapy company developing a new approach to treating cancer, based upon a novel proprietary technology platform, including Genprex’s initial product candidate, Oncoprex™ immunogene therapy for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). Genprex’s platform technologies are designed to administer cancer-fighting genes by encapsulating them into nanoscale hollow spheres called nanovesicles, which are then administered intravenously and taken up by tumor cells where they express proteins that are missing or found in low quantities. Oncoprex™ has a multimodal mechanism of action whereby it interrupts cell signaling pathways that cause replication and proliferation of cancer cells, re-establishes pathways for apoptosis, or programmed cell death, in cancer cells, and modulates the immune response against cancer cells. Oncoprex™ has also been shown to block mechanisms that create drug resistance.

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A new device that detects infectious diseases

Infectious diseases can spread very rapidly, so quickly identifying them can be crucial to stopping an epidemic. However, current testing for such diseases can take hours and days. Jayne Wu, associate professor of computer science and electrical engineering at the University of Tennessee (UnTen), Knoxville, and Shigetoshi Eda, associate professor of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries at the UT Institute of Agriculture Center for Wildlife Health, have developed a portable device that can be used onsite to detect infectious diseases such as tuberculosis (lat. Phthisis), pathogens, as well as physiological conditions in people and animals. This device has the potential to save a lot of lives by saving time in detection. It also saves a lot of money as it is cheaper to detect diseases than the system that is currently being used since don't have to send them to a lab and have the sample be scrutinized by technicians.

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