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’ But thanks to new technology, that may become a question very easily answered.A company called Undercover Colors has created a nail polish that will change colours if it comes in to contact with common date rape drugs such as Rohypnol (roofies), GBH or ecstasy.This unthinkable problem has reached epidemic levels on college campuses and something must be done about it.Power must be handed back to women in what is a devastatingly powerless situation.” At the moment, it is believed that the wearable tech will be able to detect common date rape drugs such as Rohypnol and ecstasy. “Simply dip your finger into a verified beverage and within seconds the presence of prevalent date rape drugs will be identified in colour change.” While painting your nails is often the norm, particularly before a big night out, this ground-breaking product could potentially save your life.Our hands play such an important role in how we communicate.We use them to gesture, help describe things and better convey our messages on a daily basis.
“1 in 6 women will be sexually assaulted in her lifetime.
And no one wants to do that with chipped nail polish, or a colour that screams something completely different to what you’re trying say.
It may not seem apparent, but your choice of nail colour is actually an extension of your overall presentation.
This innovative colour-changing lacquer was created by four engineering students -Ankesh Madan, Stephen Gray, Tasso Von Windheim, and Tyler Confrey-Maloney – at North Carolina State University who wanted to find a way to help their friends stay safe while going to bars and on dates.
Ankesh Madan told Higher Education Works: ‘As we were thinking about big problems in our society, the topic of drug-facilitated sexual assault came up.
And so the idea of creating a nail polish that detects date rape drugs was born.’ According to their Facebook page, although it’s been in the works since 2014, it looks like next year will see it become readily available for the wider public.