A team of three Emory University undergraduate students, including Human Health sophomore Jesse Rosen-Gooding, has developed a personal temperature-regulation device. The students conceived the device, called the Vimband, to address climate change at the individual level, and have won several competitions for their innovation – including Emory’s Entrepreneurship Summit.

Now, the team strives to win $1 million Hult Prize.

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