DrinkSavvy glasses invented by UNH School of Law grad prevents date-rape druggings




Mike Abramson, a 2005 WPI grad, has launched DrinkSavvy, a company devoted to making drinkware that changes color when certain substances are added to the drink. He received a $12,500 grant from his alma mater to begin developing drinking glasses, plastic cups, straws and stirrers which could be used in bars or at parties to detect when a drink has been tampered with.
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