10 amazing games that could help scientific research

4. Malariaspot Bubbles

According to the WHO, There are 600,000 new malaria cases daily worldwide. Malaria is caused by a protozoan parasite called Plasmodium. Currently, the standard procedure to diagnose malaria involves manual blood examination, which slows down the whole treatment process. To speed up this process, researchers at the Technical University of Madrid have developed a game called Malariaspot bubbles. Our critical mission in this game is to identify five different types of malaria parasites while having fun by shooting up mosquitoes and pooping up bubbles.

3. Sea Hero Quest

Playing a game while helping scientists to fight dementia? Now we can do it with Sea Hero Quest! Dementia is a collection of nasty brain diseases. Not only disrupt the patient’s cognitive ability, Dementia also affects their spatial navigation skill. In the Sea Hero Quest, you take on the role of a young sailor whose father suffering dementia. Navigate your boat through a series of checkpoints, while remembering your routes and trying not to get lost. By playing, we will help scientist to understand how our brain navigates space.

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