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A Smart Bandage for Monitoring Chronic Wounds

Here at Hackaday, we’re always enthralled by cool biohacks and sensor development that enable us to better study and analyze the human body. We often find ourselves perusing Google Scholar and PubMed to find the coolest projects even if it means going back in time a year or two. It …read more

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Posted in AD5933, bandage, electrocheimstry, impedance spectroscopy, LMP91000, Medical hacks, nrf, omniphobic, paper diagnostic, peronalized medicine, point-of-care, purdue university, science, wearable hacks, Wearables, wound | Leave a comment

The Ifs Make Learning to Code Child’s Play

Anyone who has done the slightest bit of programming knows about the “Hello, World!” program. It’s the archetypal program that one enters to get a feel for a new language or a new architecture; if you can get a machine to print “Hello, World!” back to you, the rest is …read more

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Posted in 2019 Hackaday Prize, coding, Educational, IoT, nrf, stem, The Hackaday Prize, toy, toy hacks | Leave a comment