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Date:1/22/2008

he potential to save millions of lives.

http://www.medicinemondiale.org

Crossbreed Collapsible Wheel (UK)

Has a segmented, hinged rim. It allows the wheel to fold down from a rigid

circular shape to a flattened blade-like form in one easy, flowing motion.

The tyre remains fully inflated and in place on the rim. Opens up

possibilities for full size bicycles or wheelchairs that could be folded

into a package the size and shape of a golf bag and therefore much more

easily placed in cars and taxis. http://www.duncfitz.co.uk

LifeStraw(R) (Switzerland)

A highly portable, personal, water-purification tool that turns even the

dirtiest water into safe drinking water by filtering out bacteria, viruses

and parasites. Provides safe drinking water for one person for a whole

year. LifeStraw(R) is vitally important for women, children and people

with compromised immune systems, who are especially susceptible to water-

born diseases. For the more than one billion people who lack access to

safe drinking water in the developing world, LifeStraw(R) could mean the

difference between life and death. http://www.lifestraw.com

One Laptop per Child (USA)

The OLPC laptop features new designs for a more compact, energy-efficient,

and ecologically friendly computer, with a new user interface, Sugar,

created especially for children. The aim is that every child in the

developing world should have one in order to 'learn learning'. The OLPC

Foundation hopes to eliminate illiteracy and poverty through education

with the OLPC laptop. http://www.laptop.org

PerspectaRAD 3-D Display for Cancer Treatment (USA)

Uses special optics and
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