AMT, Inc. has developed a battery-run, solar-powered blanket that treats neonatal jaundice with light therapy. The blanket emits blue LED light and is powered by a battery charged via a photovoltaic panel, which converts solar radiation into electricity. This battery run, photovoltaic technology is low-cost and appropriate for resource-poor areas where grid electricity is unavailable. Engineer Arye Rosen of AMT, Inc. and neonatologist Harel Rosen will test a prototype portable blanket using this technology. This project is being funded by Grand Challenges in Global Health.