Millions of lives could be saved by the ideas identified at SL@B, an annual competition with a funny-sounding name.
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Scientists discovered a “cheap, easy, and quick” way to make polio vaccines using plant leaves.
Could having a “period emoji” on mobile devices positively impact girls’ and women’s health?
A new technology could quickly identify pneumonia by using chemicals that light up in lungs when certain bacteria are present.
The next generation in hearing aid technology may include human ears that can repair themselves.
Researchers have grown a section of a human stomach in a petri dish. And it’s not the first time.
Using visual design to tell global health stories online.
A list of essential diagnostics could ensure all countries have tools to provide early diagnosis and identify outbreaks.
Niagara University innovation could make taking insulin simpler and provide more options for people with diabetes.
Innovations don’t always require a device. This former Xbox designer believes lives can be saved with better communication.