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Robotic Movements For A Good Cause

By | R&D Tax Credits

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have created a robotic arm system that can be moved by just thinking. Most of these robotic arm systems need extensive invasive brain surgery to successfully achieve their goal, moving. Researchers have come up with a helmet that allows the robotic arm to move….

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R&D for Our Pets

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Who doesn’t want to track their pets every day while at the office or running errands? Great news! Trakz, a UK based startup, wants to help dog and cat owners by creating high-tech products allowing them to track if their pets are eating correctly or getting the exercise they need….

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MyShake: Cell Phone Earthquake Alerts

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Last February, seismologists from the University of California, Berkeley developed an app called MyShake. The application allows anyone to monitor seismic activities from the convenience of a cell phone.  MyShake monitors seismic activity by screening potential earthquakes or alerting the user when one is underway. With more than 200,000 downloads,…

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Drone Delivery Service

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Zipline International Inc. is a startup that specializes in building drones that serve as delivery service providers. Zipline’s drones deliver medical supplies to hospitals and clinics located in secluded areas that aren’t accessible by land. Even though there are several companies in the drone delivery service industry, Zipline intends to…

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A Dollar Store on the Go!

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Dollar stores are an extremely successful business model, they keep expanding to every strip mall in the US. The biggest dollar store companies had sales of approximately $40 billion in 2015. They are the “go-to” place to buy knick knacks and random items. Great news! Now you are be able…

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