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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If successful, the dogs could smell up to 750 people an hour, bringing a huge relief to the current shortage of testing.
SPEKTRAX has applied a radically new technology to make mass and local testing possible. The test kits will allow for rapid testing
Water research and the coronavirus are not a logical combination. Nevertheless, researchers from Delft and Norway have managed to apply a finding
Researchers led by Drs. Louis Falo, Jr. and Andrea Gambotto from the University of Pittsburgh have been working to develop vaccines for
Alibaba’s research institute said they had trained the AI model with sample data from more than 5,000 confirmed cases, and that it
The company’s main product, Hilab, is a portable, connected laboratory capable of instantly detecting infectious diseases through non-invasive blood tests. The COVID
Working with the Vodafone Foundation, the ‘Corona-AI’ project will use the free DreamLab app, which crunches calculations using a smartphone’s computing power
Mayo Clinic announced that it has developed a test to detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19. The individuals undergoing the Mayo
Abbott announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the fastest available molecular
Nearly all countries around the world are facing COVID-19. This crisis is inspiring unprecedented global efforts across all industries, and we are
A radiologist at the #ETZ Hospital saw that the number of CT scans with Covid-19 images is growing spectacularly, even with patients
Medtronic is publicly sharing the design specifications of its Puritan Bennett 560 (PB 560) ventilator amid a global shortage of the devices
PerformingBeyondLimits and Omnidernal have designed a Pulmonary Ventilator and built a prototype within 10 days. To cope with the continuously growing needs
Led by ER doctors at Texas Tech University Health Science Center El Paso and the University of Texas at El Paso. Developing
A team at the University of Minnesota has designed a mechanical ventilator that is inexpensive and made of easy to obtain materials.
Canadian doctor Dr. Alain Gauthier, an anesthetist at the Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital in Ontario, turned one hospital ventilator into a machine
Robots that can disinfect surfaces in hospitals have been sent in truckloads to China, Italy, and other heavily affected countries. UVD Robots has
A Taiwanese doctor on Saturday (March 21) released the design for a device that better protects doctors as they intubate patients, as
A team of experts from Yale, also known as the COVID-19 Treatment team, was led by infectious diseases physicians and has created
Comprehending how the coronavirus works is crucial right now as the outbreak keeps spreading across the world. Scientists and researchers are turning to novel
Foward adapts to a need for remote health services to support non-COVID patients during lockdown. Patients get a kit consisting of an
Corona patients who are not ill enough to be treated in the hospital, need to improve their health staying at home. However,
Effectively fighting an epidemic means making urgent and swift changes to policy and infrastructure. One of the best examples of this was
Virti, a Bristol-based virtual and augmented reality firm, plans to retrain more than 15,000 NHS (National Health Service) nurses, doctors, cleaners and