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  • IBS is a chronic functional disorder characterized by episodic abdominal pain associated with diarrhea and/or constipation despite normal blood tests, X-rays, and colonoscopies. It affects up to 20% of the US population and is one of the top 10 reasons people seek primary care. 28 , 29 People with IBS report a lower quality of life and consume 50% more healthcare resources than non-IBS counterparts. 30 , 31

    There are many potential triggers for IBS symptom flare-ups: certain foods, eating behaviors, stress, sleep disturbances, and menstruation. The most common trigger is food, and thus we choose it as the independent variable for our initial case study. Elimination diets (e.g., low-fat, low-carbohydrate, gluten-free) surpass traditional medications in their effectiveness in reducing IBS symptoms, but are difficult to comply with. 32–35 Fortunately, complete elimination of all known possible trigger foods is not necessary for most people. An individual’s response to specific foods is variable, with a given food triggering bowel symptoms in some people but not others. 25

    Current methods for identifying individualized trigger foods generally include a 2-week complete elimination diet followed by serial re-introduction of main IBS trigger foods. 36–38 People are asked to simultaneously journal their food and IBS symptoms. This process is flawed for multiple reasons. First, journals are typically handwritten with incomplete, disorganized, and unreliable data. 39 , 40 Important information such as meal time, food ingredients, and symptom severity are often missing because journaling is complex and high burden. 41 Second, this process is complex and lengthy. It can take more than 3 months to complete an elimination-reintroduction diet, with no guarantee of results. Finally, there is no validated methodology for determining an individual’s trigger foods. Clinicians do not receive formal training on how to review journals, and such interpretations result in a high degree of interobserver variability. 42 Not surprisingly, most people with IBS are dissatisfied with the journal feedback they receive from healthcare professionals. 25

    IBS patients and their providers need more efficient and effective methods to determine individualized food triggers for symptom reduction and improved quality of life. Following a human-centered design approach, we created a mobile application prototype that can support self-experimentation for people with IBS. Although we believe self-experimentation can be applied more broadly across many conditions, working with a specific population and concrete variables helps ground our design toward a real solution.

    To design the application, we assembled a team of researchers in medicine, behavioral psychology, computer science, and human-centered design to work with people suffering from IBS using an iterative human-centered design process. 43 Through multiple rounds of iteration, we generated process flows, storyboards, and prototypes of a mobile application.

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    June 13, 2018

    NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) has selected 3,000 additional schools for establishment of Atal Tinkering Labs (ATLs). The new additions take number of such ATLs to 5,441 representing all states and five out of seven union territories. It will facilitate the creation of over one million neoteric child innovators by 2020.

    Key Facts

    These additional schools will expand reach of ATL program and increase number of children exposed to tinkering and innovation. The selected schools will receive grant of Rs. 20 lakh spread over next 5 years to establish labs for nurturing innovation and entrepreneurial spirit among secondary school children across India.

    ATLs will function as innovation hubs for these student innovators to explore solutions to unique local problems which they come across in their everyday lives. These hubs will allow students to explore solutions to unique local problems and provide access to technologies like 3D Printing, robotics, Internet of Things (IoT) and microprocessors.

    AIM is NITI Aayog’s flagship initiative to promote culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in the country. It is mandated to create umbrella structure to oversee innovation ecosystem of country and revolutionizing innovation eco-system – touching upon entire innovation life cycle through various programs.

    Objectives

    The sub-schemes of AIM include establishing Atal Tinkering Labs (ATLs) and Atal Incubation Centers (AICs), for providing scaling up support to Established Incubation Centres. It also includes finding ultra-low cost solution to India’s most intractable problems through Atal Grand Challenges and Atal Vikas Challenges.

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    May 11, 2018

    Atal Tinkering Marathon’s Top 30 Innovations to be supported through industry partnerships were showcased on the eve of the National Technology Day. They were showcased through a booklet compiling the work done by the children, the mentors, teachers and schools.

    Atal Tinkering Labs of Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) of NITI Aayog had organized an Atal Tinkering Marathon in an effort to identify India’s best student innovators. It was six month long nationwide challenge across six different thematic areas, namely, clean energy, water resources, waste management, healthcare, smart mobility and agriculture-tech.

    Under it, Students of top 30 innovations will be trained on business and entrepreneurship skills, including intellectual property, effective communication, making an elevator pitch etc. These top 30 innovations have been identified from 20 different States/UTs from across India.

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