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Micro-mass sensors can be used for the detection of gases, organic cells, viruses and bacteria in a system. With today's growing need for immediate detection of viruses such as COVID-19, micro-mass sensors have become a viable and attractive option.

The H3Pelvic Device is a new non-pharmacological treatment solution that addresses the over 16 various ailments that cause pain deep and mind-bending "down there." These ailments affect in total over 78 million Americans every year and hundreds of millions worldwide.

The device uses active fluid pumping,

The Platypus is the first small-scale, low-cost Wave Energy Converter (WEC) designed for coastal emergencies and the desalination of water. The state-of-the-art machine converts ocean wave energy into electricity.

“THE GREEN FALCON J-1 _ HORUS-GREEN J-1 PORTABLE HYDRO-PNEUMATIC SPRAYING MACHINE"

The Central Problem: It is the deficiency of an important input such as organic fertilizer (agroecological) for the sector: agricultural, food supplements for the sector: livestock and livestock,

The main objective of our project is to improve the safety of the public lives and to save time and money.

Time and punctuality are the important factors in aircraft transportation. Since it directly impacts on the cost of flying an aircraft.

INTRODUCTION: Breast cancer is the most frequent cancer among women, impacting 2.1 million women each year, and causes the most significant number of cancer-related deaths among women.

B-G INNOVATIVE SAFETY SYSTEMS Introduces World’s First Headlight with Integrated Light Safety Control Module (LSCM).

7" LED Vehicle Headlight with Integrated Back-Up Technology (Patented Light Safety Control Module, LSCM). NEVER DRIVE WITH A COMPROMISED HEADLIGHT!

It is a color changing drone which uses the color changing properties like frog and cuttlefish which can change their color according to the environment with the help of their several pigmented skin layer which absorbs the light and reflect the only color which they want like that this

After the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2, many people preferred home-office solutions to protect themselves from catching the virus. But in so-called system relevant sectors like public healthcare, that is not an option.

The world has a plastic problem. Humans are responsible for 32 million tons of plastic litter per year that is disposed of incorrectly and ends up directly on the ground and in waterways. That’s the weight of the entire population of Botswana, as plastic trash,

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