We are 3 students of the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim who are challenged with the UN Sustainalbe Developement Goal 3 “Good Health and Well-Being”. 

Together we are Team Bee:

 

  • keen to explore the needs of the people around us,
  • always hard working,
  • ambitious to achieve our goal
  • & willing to bring our ideas to the outside world.

INTRODUCING SiMA

„Imagine the year 2050 when 100,000 people die each year due to the rise of multi-resistant germs and the ineffectiveness of common antibiotics“

The Simple Medicine Applicator aims to stop the further development of multi-resistant germs by preventing the misuse of antibiotics. Our system will achieve this by supporting users in handling antibiotics correctly, while also personalizing and optimizing antibiotic therapy. If you are curious to learn more about SiMA check out our video and whitepaper below: 

About the Project

Check out our progress

Weekly Update 25

What We Worked On Another week in quarantine started with the discussion about the detailed design of SiMA. As you all know after the two weeks at CERN we came up with the idea of a product which combines sensors and application of medicine in one bracelet that can be...

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Weekly Update 24

Corona Home Office As it is the first week of home office, the past days have been all about remote working. The week kicked-off with the first online LGM, where we all got aquainted with some new tools, like an online whiteboard. The current situation did have one...

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Weekly Update 23

Expert interviewLast week we had the chance to talk to Prof. Dr. Rudolf, who is a teacher for biotechnology at our university. He is an expert at the field of biosensors and therefore a good interview partner for our project. During the interview we got some deeper...

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Weekly Update 22

What We Worked OnThis week we worked on the System Thinking Map. The outcome is kind of a circle how the misuse of antibiotics affects the development of multi resistant germs. The different causes are the use of antibiotics in factory farming, incorrect disposal and...

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Weekly Update 21

What We Worked On - Medium Fidelity Prototype The video down below is our finished medium fidelity prototype. The goal was to explain the concept of SiMA without revealing what the product looks like. We chose this approach in order to get new inspiration on the...

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Weekly Update 20

What We Worked On The workload for week 20 of the project was completely packed. We decided on our final future scenario, we hand an interesting workshop and we went back to prototype mode. Future Scenario We started our week Tuesday morning to define our final future...

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        “It is Health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.”

Mahatma Ghandi

Who we are:

 

Hannah

Hannah

Biomedical Engineering

“I am a first semester student in the masters program of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim. I chose to be a part of CBI because it is inspiring to get to know so many new technologies, people and perspectives. ”

Kristina

Kristina

Biomedical Engineering

“I’m a Biomedical Engineering master student in my second semester at University of Applied Sciences Mannheim. I can relate to the Sustainable Goal ‘Good Health and Well-being’ of the UN because of the link to the field of study Biomedical Engineering and I’m looking forward to build Challenge Based Innovation pilots to combine own ideas and skills with CERN technology.”

Sarah

Sarah

Biomedical Engineering

“I’m a second semester master Student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim. I started studying Medical Engineering, because I wanted to combine my interests in engineering with the wish of helping people with my work. I’m really happy now to be part of the CBI program which focuses on exactly this.”