W London has curated a vinyl collection that guests can enjoy for free in their hotel room on a complimentary record player.
Hirsch and Mann have developed a smart spoon, which digitizes the mustard tasting experience to suggest recipes based on users’ preferences.
Elephant Bikes are old Royal Mail bikes refurbished by prisoners in the UK and locals in Malawi, which raise money for vital services.
Environmental charity Hubbub are discouraging littering through a series of interactive, playful billboards and talking bins.
The New Horizon Youth Centre is giving young homeless individuals bus tickets that enable them to ride safely through the night, instead of sleeping on the streets.
Coboat enables inhabitants to live, sleep, work and network onboard the eco-friendly, wifi-enabled boat, all while sailing the seven seas.
The First Response Monitor is a wearable device that can monitor patients’ heart and respiratory rates in mass-casualty emergencies.
Book lovers can stay at The Open Book in Wigmore, Scotland and volunteer at the bookstore downstairs as part of their trip.
The Bike Project — run by some of London’s refugees — provide new refugees with donated bikes and show them how to repair them.
Buskeroo is an app that helps passersby learn more about their favorite street entertainers and enables them to make a tip via PayPal.
Ethereum has created a Bitcoin-like cryptocurrency called Ether, the value of which is based on computing power, and could eventually power smart devices.
Byline is a London based startup that crowdfunds independent, long-form journalism.
Equipment installed beneath the road surface could soon be wirelessly charging EV vehicles as they travel along UK motorways.
Everledger is a fraud detection system that uses Bitcoin’s blockchain model to provide diamonds with an immutable public ledger.
M&C Saatchi have created the world’s first artificially intelligent poster campaign, inspired by Darwinian natural selection.
Wisher is a gift registry smartphone app that lets users add items to their wish lists by taking geotagged photos of coveted items.
We caught up with bio-bean, the company that industrialized the process of recycling waste coffee grounds into advanced biofuels.
Friska’s new loyalty app creates personalized offers for each customer using their previous buying patterns.
Soundscapes sees six contemporary composers recontextualizing selected paintings through sound art and music installations.
We spoke to Julia Salasky, the ex-UN lawyer who founded CrowdJustice.
Navigation app Walkonomics now lets users find the most tree-lined routes in seven cities, including London, Paris, New York and Glasgow.
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