Female Graduate Develops Male Contraception Using Ultrasound

Female Graduate Develops Male Contraception Using Ultrasound

  • A female design graduate has come up with a brilliant and convenient way to offer me temporary sterlisation
  • The Coso is a bath for men's testicles that uses ultrasonic technology to suppress the production of sperm
  • Rebecca Weiss has won the James Dyson award for creating the device that gives men more power of their bodies

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A female German graduate, Rebecca Weiss, has designed a 'testicle bath' that allows men to temporarily sterilise themselves.

She describes the invention as a hormone-free, reversible contraceptive option that uses ultrasound.

Rebecca has called the contraption "Coso" and she has already been given the James Dyson award.

Rebecca Weiss, Coso, contraceptive
Rebecca Weiss has desinged a new way to plan pregnancies. Photo credit: @Margo Kubiscik
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In order to use the device, it needs to be filled with warm water and the user places their testicles into the bath according to News24.

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Ultrasonic waves to temporarily suppress the production of sperm and allow partners to engage in intimate pleasure without worrying about an unplanned pregnancy.

Weiss came up with the idea after she realised that the majority of contraceptive devices were aimed at women and made it their responsibility to avoid pregnancy.

Power to Africa: Entrepreneur develops wireless earbuds that can translate 40 languages

Earlier, Briefly News reported that a Ghanaian-British innovator and entrepreneur, Danny Manu, has developed earbuds called Click that auto-translate more than 40 languages, Keepthefaith reports.

Click is reported to be ''the world's first truly wireless earphones,'' with live voice translation supporting 40 languages.

Unlike similar inventions, Click does not require the internet. The wireless Bluetooth headset works by pairing to a smartphone, and the earbuds then automatically detect the language being spoken and provide a spoken translation within a sentence or two.

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Genius student creates solar cooker with built in TV, gets huge grant from government

In similar news, Usman Dalhatu, an undergraduate of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria has won a $10,000 start-up grant.

The talented engineering student won the grant for his clean energy innovation of a solar-powered cooker (kiosk) that has a television.

Usman's win follows his acceptance into All On and The Rockefeller Foundation funded Nigeria Climate Innovation Center’s 2021 off-grid energy incubation programme.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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