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A growing number of people requires medical care and support, not only due to population ageing but also as a result of lifestyle changes. This year’s applications have favoured approaches that look holistically at the experience of being ill or disabled and tackle the full lifecycle of different conditions. Diabetes, respiratory diseases and sensory impairments are some of the most significant areas that universities are working to address. Their ultimate aim is to give back to patients as much of a normal life as possible, whilst minimising suffering for those with chronic conditions.

ELA

ELA

Health and Well-being

Middle East Technical University

A discreet, wearable device to support nursing mother in preventing breast engorgement

Lead The Way

Lead The Way

Health and Well-being

Pratt Institute

A handheld device to help visually impaired people navigate interior spaces

Knowtrition – healthtech and food retail innovation

Knowtrition – healthtech and food retail innovation

Health and Well-being

Royal College of Art

A system to monitor nutritional needs and encourage more balanced eating habits

Health Hub Reorganization of the Emergency Department

Health Hub Reorganization of the Emergency Department

Health and Well-being

Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design

Using AI to improve patient management in A&E departments and focus resources on most urgent cases

Herd

Herd

Education

The Savannah College of Art and Design

A toy and set of educational tools to help hard of hearing children develop their communication skills

Long Limbs Prosthetics

Long Limbs Prosthetics

Health and Well-being

Zurich University of the Arts

A modular prosthetic system for amputees in crisis areas

Ease Smart Inhaler

Ease Smart Inhaler

Health and Well-being

Tongji University

A smart inhaler to help patients better manage chronic respiratory diseases

Catcher

Catcher

Hearing aid

Huazhong University of Science & Technology

A smart device to translate sign language into voice in real time

Sense Glucose Earring

Sense Glucose Earring

Health and Well-being

University of Huddersfield

A discrete earring that monitors blood sugar levels and gives feedback in real time

Milli

Milli

Health and Well-being

Loughborough University

A new device using haptics to warn the hard of hearing of possible dangers

Cammino

Cammino

Health and Well-being

The Glasgow School of Art

A smart, wearable device to prevent the risk of falls for the elderly