CrowdComfort is a crowd reporting tool that helps facility managers discover where they need to deliver more or less heat to satisfy occupants.
Naja provides Colombian women with marketable skills and employs them to help create its luxury products.
Hello Ruby is a children’s book designed to appeal to 4 to 7-year-old girls (and boys) that hopes to get them inspired by the web and programming.
Fitmob is aiming to incentivize fitness class attendance by cutting the price for every extra session taken each week.
Oppia is an open-source platform from Google that lets anyone create interactive online learning activities that give feedback at every step.
Aros is a smart air conditioning unit that offers automated control as well as allowing users to monitor their usage.
Scough is a designer scarf that looks stylish while also using antimicrobial technology to keep germs out.
FreshRealm is hoping to cut out supermarkets and distributors by delivering food straight from producers to consumers by mail.
Two US companies — Nuvino and Spotwine — are now repackaging premium wine in convenient juice-style pouches to make it more accessible for busy consumers.
New York’s Raising The Bar is an event placing 50 lectures in 50 bars across the city, offering thought-provoking ideas.