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Two projects involving Oxford University technology are winners of the 2014 Google Impact Challenge, and will each receive £500,000.

The two projects are:

Smart glasses for people with sight loss to make the most of their remaining vision – a partnership between the Royal National Institute of Blind People and a research team in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences led by Dr Stephen Hicks, which won as the 'People's Choice' following a public vote.

Wearable acoustic sensors to track disease-carrying mosquitoes in Indonesia – a programme led by Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and Oxford's Department of Engineering Science, Malaria Atlas Project and the Eijkman Oxford Clinical Research Unit in Jakarta, which was selected by a panel of judges as one of this year's three other winners.

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