An inventor from Snowdonia has received a donation of $1.4m from Microsoft founder Bill Gates to develop a fridge that keep vaccines cool without using electricity.
ITV News first met Ian Tansley in 2011, when he demonstrated the technology for the first time.
The fridges - which can operate for weeks without needing power - are currently in operation in more than 30 countries.
The money will allow the Tywyn-based firm to start trials in East and West Africa.
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Safe to say there is very little to get excited about as far as our weather is concerned! All very autumnal over the next few days!
It's certainly not the brightest of starts to the day, with drizzly rain in places.
It will feel much milder tonight that it did last night, with patchy showers around the coasts.