Grants awarded to students inventors

This morning at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, Microsoft announced the four winning teams of the inaugural year of the Imagine Cup Grants.
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This morning at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, Microsoft announced the four winning teams of the inaugural year of the Imagine Cup Grants.

This morning at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, Microsoft announced the four winning teams of the inaugural year of the Imagine Cup Grants. The winning inventions include a mobile app to diagnose malaria, a Kinect-based system for physical therapy, a real-time sign language translator for classrooms, and a device to bring independence to quadriplegics by enabling them to operate computers on their own.

The grant winners:
Team Apptenders (Croatia), Team Falcon Dev (Ecuador), Team OaSys (Jordan) and Team Lifelens (United States). Each of the teams will receive $75,000 as well as access to resources and support to help them create a business or nonprofit organization to bring the benefits of their technology to the world.

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