NewsFree Access For your diary: Check out Prototypes for Humanity Nov 16 & 17 ByAssele KahwajiNovember 15, 2022 Save to your hitlist Taking place on Wednesday, November 16 and Thursday, November 17 from 1 pm to 9 pm at the Atrium, Precinct Building 5, DIFC, Prototypes for Humanity is a must-visit for all engineering and tech nerds.Featuring over 100 innovations selected from universities in 100 countries such as Oxford Medical School, MIT’s Aerospace Engineering Programme and, Harvard’s School of Government, alongside research hubs from 30 countries in the Global South.Held under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairperson of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) and member of the Dubai Council, the pioneering exhibition aims to raise awareness of global problems, celebrate solutions and catalyze action for positive social and environmental impact. Stand-out innovations to discover include:A heart defibrillator powered by a mobile phoneA bicycle wheel attachment that filters and cleans the airA smartwatch that converts body heat into a power supplyA device to help tackle Nigeria’s disproportionally high infant and maternal mortality rateA low-cost robotic device for measuring water qualityA financial services platform for students in developing countriesAn implant for type 1 diabetes managementA prototype solution to remove small debris in spaceA solution to generate energy whilst capturing carbonA center for preserving the culture and traditions of PalestineFor more info, click here Facebook iconmailTelegram iconTwitter iconPinterest icon Filed under News192 Free Access196 Reported by Assele KahwajiAssele Kahwaji, pronounced “a-seal”, with a Lebanese origin that literally translates to the “soft gentle coffee maker” (loves Turkish coffee, extra cardamom). Assele is a Dubai kid at heart, and has a bigger heart for exploring and documenting her love for the myriad of food, travel, culture, and experiences this country has to offer. Whether it’s exploring the hidden food gems in Karama or basking in one of the latest adventures of the UAE... she’s off doing something, somewhere. Join her at @asselekahwaji Posts created: 63 Post navigation arrow-leftPrevious PostPreviousWud Flowers: A beautiful florist tucked away inside Jumeiraharrow-rightNext PostNextJungle Bay: The chicest waterpark in Dubai?