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I voted for AYZH – They have very clear approach to solve needs of underprivileged women.
Great to see Cornell violated copyright law to produce their video.
Just because you cite a source doesn’t mean you’re allowed to use it in a commercial video.
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AP. What exactly makes you think cornell didn’t pay for their material? Pretty serious claims without any proof.
Hi AP, this is Brian from team Bombyx. Thank you for the comment as we were not aware we were infringing on any copyright laws, and we greatly appreciate you bringing this matter to our attention. We decided to pull the video down as a result. We apologize greatly for any offense that may have been caused by our actions.
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I vote for AYZH! unique concept.
excellent invention, this will help people world wide
Go for it!
I vote for Zach
Life Serve looks like the best of the bunch.
Life Serve Innovations–LeHigh
It made me laugh.
Congratulations to all ~ my vote is for AYZH.
Go Zach…and on to the next invention!
Nice work Zack! Great invention with tremendous potential to save lives.
Osmopure looks like the smartest choice.
osmopure looks like it has the most potential to really make a difference
Great projects! My vote is for AYZH.
A vote for LifeServe. The doctors seemed to like it!
CONGRATULATIONS LIFE SERVE INNOVATIONS TEAM AND LEHIGH !!
I HOPE I ACTUALLY NEVER NEED TO USE YOUR COOL INVENTION,
BUT IT WAS GREAT TO HEAR THE DOCTOR REVIEWING YOUR WORK SAY ” HE WOULD USE IT TOMORROW ” GOOD LUCK TODAY AND WITH ALL YOUR TOMORROWS — KEEP ON THINKING BIG !!
Awesome job David!
Osmopure is the only one that will impact everyone world-wide and will save hundreds of thousands of lives at a dirt cheap price.
Ayzh! An oustanding idea. Professionally marketed. Well done!
Osmopure can mean life to millions who do not have potable water.
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