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Published 23.05.2020 09:24
In Nigeria, the University of Benin has produced a ventilator that can work without electricity for one hour.
The project was a collaboration between researchers from the Faculties of Engineering and Medical Sciences at the university. They sought to create a device that addresses challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic as well as the country’s situation. As such they created a device that can work without electricity for…
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Published 27.04.2020 11:21
The Bolivian Society of Engineers launched a competition on responses to Covid-19.
The competition targets the country’s engineers. Among the 130 projects submitted, the winning projects consist of the App Covid-19 Salud by Juana Orozco, the project Pro-Respirador Gertrude by Luis Alberto Soliz and a Disinfection Arc by Roberto Carlos Pacheco.

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