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Crystal ball-like robot will fill your home with sunlight

LONDON — Dr. Diva Tommei, 32, was once a Bioinformatics PhD student at Cambridge University who was spending way too much time in a dark office.  That is until she had a lightbulb moment and invented a device to redirect natural light and transform her gloomy British workspace. "As people visited me and went into my office, they were like, 'Wait, I need this at home," Diva told Mashable.
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