A total of more than 50 innovations, software and hardware both, were on display.
Category - Innovation
The highly buoyant polymer is made of waste cooking oils and sulphur.
Blockchain can enable a donation to be traced through every step, and record every action.
Community health workers will be trained to screen people suffering from diabetes.
An AR microscope could help diagnosis of infectious diseases like malaria, in developing countries,
Washington: Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to...
A bio-toilet uses 10-15 litres of water per flush, while vacuum toilets use half a litre.
This technology could help bring high-quality medical diagnostics into resource-poor regions.
Sanskriti of Thinkerbell Labs, Balaji of Brun Health and Vinayak of Yostra Labs are the winners.
Businesses are wondering if consumers could actually chomp on their water bottles.