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A group of high school girls from California received a grant to develop an invention to solve a real-world problem. They are creating a solar-powered shelter for the homeless to respond to the increasing number of homeless individuals in their communities. The team has been invited to MIT to present their invention and hopefully make it a reality.

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A group of high school girls from California received a grant to
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05/24/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
MIT student, Quang Truong created the Evaptainer, a mobile cooler-style device that operates on sunshine and water. The invention is targeted at developing nations where food spoilage is a serious issue due to the high costs and unpredictability of electric refrigeration. Often, small farms lose out on profits each year because they are unable to keep their goods cool. What's more, in Africa,...
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MIT student Quang Truong created the Evaptainer a mobile coolerstyle device that
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05/22/2017 at 13:30. Facebook
After witnessing the effects that hurricanes can have and the mass floodings that hit the Eastern United States a few years ago, two teens invented a device that could help prevent future subway floods. The damage caused by floods was detrimental to the city, the subway system, and individuals who rely on public transportation. In order to find a solution, they came up with a system that uses...
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Tilda Shalof, Nurse at the Toronto General Hospital, has been collecting plastic utensils, that ought to be thrown away, to give them a second life. With the help of local artists, she re-used plastic lids (which were sterile and had not been in contact with patients) to create a colorful mosaic of more than 10,000 pieces that hangs at the Toronto General Hospital.

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Tilda Shalof Nurse at the Toronto General Hospital has been collecting plastic
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Students from Kentucky in the US invented a machine that charges phones by recycling plastic bottles. Dropping in one bottle is equivalent to 15 minutes of phone charging time. The machine itself uses less energy to charge than a normal outlet and the savings increase as more phones are plugged into it.

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Students from Kentucky in the US invented a machine that charges phones
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Did you know that it’s Road Safety Week and that only 27% of cars in Mexico are covered by an insurance policy? In order to strengthen the legal framework for road traffic security and make roads safer in Mexico, non-profit organization, Reacciona por la Vida worked with local authorities to help adopt laws and regulations concerning liability insurance on federal highways, traffic...
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Supported by AXA Research Fund, Dr. Donghyun Ryu is working on a training technique that could help increase a beginner’s capacity to know where to look when behind the wheel. The goal of the training technique is to study how different drivers detect potential threats outside their central vision by asking participants to complete seven training sessions with various forms of visibility....
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Supported by AXA Research Fund Dr Donghyun Ryu is working on a
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Alongside the UN, at AXA, we are determined to halve the number of deaths and injuries caused by road traffic accidents by 50% by 2020. On the occasion of Global Road Safety Week, powered by the UN, discover how you can contribute to safer roads by adopting the right behavior.

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Students from the STEM School Chattanooga in the US, came up with an invention that uses thermal and ultrasonic sensors to detect bicyclists approaching intersections. It informs cars at stoplights and intersections when cyclists are approaching in bike lanes in order to keep cyclists safer.

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Students from the STEM School Chattanooga in the US came up with
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To bring clean water to rural Honduras, students from Cornell University in the US launched the “AguaClara” program. It focuses on building water treatment plants that function without electricity and training local communities to operate them. Since 2005, 14 plants have been installed in Honduras that serve more than 65 000 people and the program is expanding to other countries.

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To bring clean water to rural Honduras students from Cornell University in
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Meet Wassana Woharn, Operational Risk Manager at AXA in Thailand. She’s very outgoing and active in many work initiatives and enjoys sharing her personal experience to promote an inclusive and accessible workplace for younger generations. Her positivism, professionalism and confidence inspire respect and trust from her colleagues and make her a true asset to her company.

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Spring has sprung, and with it, even more opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities with family or friends, such as biking. Biking is a great collective activity for both adults and children when it is practiced in a safe environment and with the correct behavior.

Ready for a bike ride? Share this video to let your loved-ones know how to enjoy a safe ride.
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Making informed food choices is important for both the body and the planet. Curriculum of Cuisine is a non-profit from Portland that teaches high schoolers essential skills to be self-sufficient, responsible, and healthy when it comes to food. With the help of chefs, they educate the youth about food, from production to consumption: it helps raise awareness about the impact of food on people,...
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Making informed food choices is important for both the body and the
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In rural areas of Thailand, a community’s livelihood relies mainly on agriculture, making increased climate variation a challenge without the right tools and knowledge. This is what this year’s Earth Day is all about: climate literacy. And it has been at the core of AXA’s partnership with CARE in Thailand through the “Where The Rain Falls” project. By working with and for the communities, the...
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After seeing a friend of his struggle to use a computer mouse due a musculoskeletal condition, Sergey Halyavin decided to take action. The high school student from Russia designed a sandal computer mouse: it is operated with your toes and even has led lights to be visible in the dark! Sergei now wants to develop a wireless version. Share this article to encourage him to continue helping others...
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Bunya Usui, AXA Life Japan employee, was having trouble reaching his elderly mother with Alzheimer’s and making sure she was safe and in good health. Thus, in order to be more at ease and help other families feel the same, he created "Are You Ok?" a mobile application that allows an individual to track and chat with their loved-ones, in addition to providing emergency support if need be.

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Have you heard about microfiber pollution? It happens when synthetic textiles send tiny plastic fibers into wastewater then end up in rivers, causing marine pollution. After brainstorming to find a way to solve this issue, passionate surfers Alexander Nolte and Oliver Spies came up with “Guppy Friend.” It is a laundry bag specifically designed to capture even the tiniest bit of microfiber,...
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Have you heard about microfiber pollution It happens when synthetic textiles send
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In dry soil, reforestation is complicated due to the low survival rate of seedlings. The Landlife Company offers a great solution to this problem: the Cocoon. It’s a biodegradable paper donut that protects seeds and reduces the amount of water the plants need in order to grow. With this invention, seed survival rates went from 10% to at least 80%!
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In dry soil reforestation is complicated due to the low survival rate
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