Let’s break barriers to fight Covid-19 together
Extraordinary times like these also bring out the best and most creative in people. We would like to use our platform and extensive network to bring ideas regarding Covid-19 together, and get all the help needed to drive them forward as rapidly as possible.
Therefore, we have set up this website, where everybody can share their ideas and inventions with the world, with the aim of improving them and inspiring others. Simply add your idea using the menu, or comment on one of the ideas already published. Think, for example, about ways to better use or reuse equipment needed, or to test or treat patients. Or, if it is an invention you want to build in to a venture, we will advise you on how we or someone in our network can help you do this. Send us your ideas via firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will look at it at the shortest notice possible.
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Find out within a minute if someone has the coronavirus. The young Amsterdam company Spektrax is working on this. It develops a
A team of researchers from the Netherlands and AI software developer Thirona have developed a free commercial artificial intelligence (AI) software application
BioIntelliSense, a Silicon Valley company, is unveiling its FDA cleared BioButton device that may help with tracking symptoms of COVID-19 in potential
Royal Philips today announced that it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market a wide range
Establishing whether a patient is suffering from severe lung disease, possibly COVID-19, within a few minutes: this is possible using fairly simple
A team of researchers at the Southern Medical University, Guangzhou, China, and collaborators report development of a rapid diagnostic assay for detection
A new coronavirus test uses gene-hacking tech to determine whether someone is sick with COVID-19 — and it only costs $6 to
ACAMP, a non-profit organization in Alberta, Canada, collaborated with the University of Alberta to develop a respirator that is an effective alternative
The Dutch ‘Longfonds’ has made a website for post-covid people who have lung complaints. The fund believes that a large group of
Aircraft manufacturing giant Airbus plans to deploy a “jellyfish-like” device built by a Silicon Valley neurotech startup called Koniku Inc. that uses
The University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU) in the Netherlands is monitoring COVID-19 patients in isolation rooms using Philips biosensor and patient monitoring
Rick de Ree and Malou Peppelman work in the Slingeland Hospital with smart bracelets for corona patients. As a result, it is
Siemens Healthineers, a medical solutions company, announced last week that it is drastically expanding its infectious disease testing in order to provide