Safe Eye Med Dropper
Sparked by Reed Hoffman
We need a simple technology to help people deliver eye drop medication into their eyes. Many people struggle to get drops in their eyes & risk losing their sight without the medication. It is easy to miss their eye with the drops entirely or strike their eye with the dropper bottle. The technology should work with many original medication bottles, it should be inexpensive, sterile, & easy to use.
Love Football. Stop Concuss...
Sparked by Jason Lacey
Football is a major thread in the fabric of Americana. We love the game, but no one wants to see players get concussions. The future of Football depends on new technologies that reduce the number of concussions. Help find tech that saves the game!
Sparked by Anne Gatling Haynes
i would like to know a bit more about how my dog is feeling, as he is declining. Seeing a few more nuances in his vital signs may help me understand what is really happening. He's a stoic dog, and doesn't let on that he might be suffering.
Sparked by Trevor McKeeman
Stopping the spread of Ebola is a global concern. We need portable containment units that can be sent to areas that do not have sufficient medical infrastructure. A pod would allow the patient to be treated while protecting health workers. Pods should be faster to produce and cheaper than current solutions. They should be ultra portable for front line work.
Ring Avulsion Competition
Sparked by Hunter Harrison
The purpose of this competition is to not only bring awareness to the problem of ring avulsion, but to also create a solution. This revolutionary avulsion-proof ring will have the same appearance as any normal band, but unlike Mr. Fallon's, this ring will prevent you from getting your finger ripped off by a table :)!
Sparked by Craig Wieschhorster
Semi-submersible (narcotics carrying) vessels that transit in the ocean are not easily detected by ship or air radars and normally are only detected by visual sightings at close ranges. A technology to detect these vessel at greater distances is required for effective interdiction.