FIVE INVENTIONS FOR A BETTER WORLD: AIR QUALITY WARNER

After years of struggling with their own allergies and asthma, Lebanese entrepreneurs Cyrille Najjar and Eve Tamraz developed SensioAIR, an air quality sensor that identifies harmful particles in the air. The device connects to an app – currently in beta testing on iOS and Android – that helps people understand symptoms and manage them in real time. They hope providing the right information and advice in real time could help avoid allergy outbreaks.

Source and Image: Wired

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