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One California teen has a vision to make Braille materials more widely available—and more affordable.
Compology uses sensors and software to plot truck routes to empty only dumpsters that are full.
Proxxi CEO Campbell Macdonald describes his cloud-connected wearable that detects high-voltage areas.
The Evaptainer keeps perishable food fresh for up to two weeks–no electricity required.
Bloom co-founder Rob Falken found a way to turn algae into a foam that can be used in sneaker soles and on surfboards.
A California startup “bioprospects” for sponges, algae and other organisms whose chemistry may be useful to the world of medicine.
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Chem101 allows professors to push out exercises for students to do on their devices, increasing classroom engagement.
Paired with wireless sensors and cameras, aerosol pheromone pesticides have entered a new era of effectiveness and affordability.