Raining Blood? Drone-Flown Vital Fluid Network Proposed for Palo Alto

If implemented, this network can deliver supplies from a blood bank to the hospital in minutes.

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Making an Arduino-Driven, Automated Dust Collection System

Using cheap PVC sewer pipe, an Arduino, and a Servo Shield to create an automate dust collection system.

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How 3D Printing, Lego, and Custom Sleeves Are Helping Hospitals

A wide variety of people, who have been using maker techniques to help in the medical field, showed up to World Maker Faire New York.

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High Schooler 3D Prints Her Own Spirometer to Measure Asthmatic Breathing

Hannah Edge developed a compact spirometer that merges both old and new technologies, like 3D printing, to create a more portable device.

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Edible Innovations: Dr. Wichelecki Makes Good Sugar

Dr. Wichelecki developed a new type of tagatose in hopes his healthier sugar will curb sugar-related health problems.

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15 Incredible Solutions from the TOM Accessibility Hackathon

A weekend of brainstorming and hacking led to some fantastic prototypes that will help address certain mental and physical disabilities.

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Siren Care’s Smart Socks Help Monitor the Health of People with Diabetes

In an interview with Ran Ma, CEO of Siren Care, Ma explains the importance of crafting a non-obtrusive wearable to help those with diabetes.

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