Chile-based NotCo replicates the taste and texture of animal food products using AI, biochemistry and plants.
Berlin’s Blogfabrik is a co-working space and publication where freelancers can work rent-free in exchange for monthly content contributions.
Cora’s environmentally-friendly tampons come in silent wrappers, are 100 percent organic, and support a social cause.
Zweikampf is a 3D printed shin guard that uses a Y structure to reduce damage from sports collisions.
Qantas’ Status Hold initiative enables frequent flyers to keep their status over a 18 month period after having a child.
Transactivgrid uses blockchain to record all the microtransactions in its sustainable energy network.
Meya has just launched a bot platform, which enables anyone to design and integrate a bot into any messaging app.
Boonle’s platform posts freelance jobs on a first-come, first-serve and pay-what-you-want basis, rewarding rookie freelancers with experience and tips.
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Café Pelé teamed up with a daily newspaper to show how quickly its fresh products arrive in supermarkets.
Placemeter uses sensors, video and an algorithm, to collect behavioral data that can help businesses and city planners optimize space.
Drones Against Tsetse is a project using unmanned aerial vehicles to control the numbers of flies that carry diseases such as sleeping sickness.
In the lead up to the 2020 Olympics, Japan is implementing a fingerprint registration, identification and payment system for visitors
Mobisol’s Solar Air Distribution network will add drone recharging stations to the roofs of homes in rural Africa, creating a delivery infrastructure for its customers.
Spyce Kitchen is a 20 square feet automatic kitchen that takes care of everything so that restaurants can spend more money on ingredients.
Seen on Set is an online platform, where viewers can browse and purchase furniture, tech, homeware and decorations they have seen on film and TV.
Teague’s business class seats feature wireless charging pads and other luxury customizations that passengers can control with an app.
Castle lets property owners manage listings, market rentals, collect rent, and provide maintenance all in one platform.
Hyperstarter enables crowdfunders to easily check their campaign and receive instant feedback and suggestions for improvement.
SoundExchange is a platform that collects and distributes royalties from online music streaming.
Researchers at Eindhoven University have developed a wearable, flexible sensor that analyzes sweat for levels of salinity and acidity.
Where is Williamsburg? is a free app that joyfully mocks self-centred New Yorkers while providing a genuinely useful travel tool.