Janus

Cornell University, $5,000

Insomnia is among the most common health complaints, with wide-ranging cognitive and behavioral consequences. Thermoregulation plays a key role in promoting and maintaining sleep. This team is developing sleepwear that produces skin temperature changes in response to internal cues of feeling too warm or too cold, helping improve sleep.


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