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Jane Ruffino: Some of the really exciting work to bring accessible technology to the next frontier is being done by small firms in Ireland

23rd December, 2014

Maybe you’ve heard about Sweet Peach. It was announced at a conference called DEMO Tech, which describes itself as “new tech solving big problems”, by Austin Heinz and Gilad Gome, who run a company called Cambrian Genomics. The huge worldwide problem Heinz and Gome are solving? Using the “personalised probiotics” they’ve been working on, they claimed it would be possible to make a woman’s vagina smell less like a human vagina, and more like peaches....

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