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Our vision is to use artficial wombs to empower working moms.
To create a safer alternative to pregnancy for both mother and child. Eventually, Matrea Tech will provide a third option for women, saving mothers nine months of physical and mental strain which she can spend building a career for herself and providing for her growing family. In addition, businesses won't see hiring women as a disadvantage and see it as a longer term investment
In our company, we strongly believe in gender equality and wanted to use this opportunity to tackle both women's health and barriers for women in the workforce.
We believe that artificial wombs can help empower women in the workforce because the pressure for the mother to take maternity leave is no longer there. We want to create a new family dynamic for working parents where both are expected to take responsibility for taking care of the child. The pressure is no longer on the woman.
Our artifical wombs would have a system that ensures they are unaffected by external factors that might be possible in a human circulation
We are looking to connect the artificial placenta to this "inner" component throughan external circulation.
By using one or more semipermeable membranes that is used in extracororeal membrane oxygenation, we can build an artificial placenta.
The amniotic tank is an artifial amniotic sac designed to protect the fetus while allowing to move freely.
The umbilical cord will be part of the external circulation and will be attached to an external machine which will transfer nutrient to the baby.
The entire womb would be designed to ensure the health of the baby and the mother. The baby will be healthier as the mother's lifestyle does not affect it and the mother will no longer be affected by complications of pregnancy.
I'm Kiran, a 17 year old high school student and the Founder & CEO of CrossBow Miles Canada Inc.: a an Indian women's education movement. I'm very passionate about women's issues and uses my knowledge in technology to solve them. I have looked deeply into Genomics and explored areas of Brain Computer Interfaces, Human Longevity and Artificial Intelligence.
I’m Sara, a 17-year-old innovator in The Knowledge Society who is passionate about making the world a better place. I’m super enthusiastic about AI technology and its applications in philanthropy. My main goal is to help people worldwide break out of their poverty cycle and help them lead a better life so that they can, in turn, be the solution and work to solve the world's biggest problems.