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Student work: The Kick

Blog post on an innovation

By Agne Gaidyte, fourth year student in 2017-2018

Have you ever been so scared in your life that the fear left you utterly speechless?

A job interview.

A presentation.

A date.

The sweaty hands, the nerves and the constant fear that you’ll mess up. The anxiety and fear before is the first major battle a person faces, but finally there is a solution, all within a thumbs reach.

Download an app, get the Kick and it will all go away.

No anxiety.

No shyness.

A world without people holding themselves back.
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Student work: Dermal Abyss: the New Generation of Tattoos

Blog post on an innovation

by Sara Paciaroni, fourth year student in 2017-2018

Today, around 20 million people in Britain have at least one tattoo and the number of tattoos carried out every year is on the rise. But what if tattoos could be beneficial to our health? What if tattoo artistry combined with biomedical engineering could transform body art in wearable displays revealing information inside the body?

This is what researches at MIT and Harvard Medical School, led by Katia Vega, successfully demonstrated last September. Their Dermal Abyss project consisted of developing a special ink containing biosensors, which, patterned into the skin, encode information from the interstitial fluid producing colour changes. Too technical?

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