Researchers at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have developed a project to recycle surgical masks into construction material for streets and pavements
An engineers of TUOAA has designed a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) device that could help the 19 patients breathe more easily.
A strong focus on SDGs can be the signal to tackle the pandemic with technology impact investments.
Yamaha Corporation has developed and tested a smartphone app that allows you to "cheer from home" even in closed-door stadiums.
Two designers from Berlin have created an imaginative alternative to masks: iSphere is an inflatable plastic sphere designed especially for the Coronavirus emergency.
Until April 26, developers and IT experts can apply to participate in the Accessibility Hackathon: Microsoft's first virtual marathon for accessibility.
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