Alcosynth mimics the pleasurable effects of alcohol on the brain without the hangover or long-term health problems.
Up Sonder platform offers peer-to-peer drone rentals, using UberRUSH to deliver drones to users.
Texas startup Robin, an online booking platform and app, makes finding and booking regular lawn and yard care easy, from quotes to scheduling and payment.
This smart shirt converts classical music sounds into vibrations, allowing deaf people to feel a concert.
Mood lighting comes alive with Olive Creative Lab’s smart lamp and wearable that records and recreates the sunlight from special moments.
Researchers at the Hasso Plattner Institute’s Human Computer Interaction Lab have created door latches and pliers from one piece of 3D printed silicone with no need for any extra bolts, screws or fixings.
MycoTechnology’s ClearTaste powder blocks most of the tongue’s bitter receptors, reducing the need to use sugar to mask unpleasant tastes.
Designed by Hakan Gürsu of Designnobis, this emergency shelter provides natural light and collects rainwater.
Brandtix uses data on athletic performance and social media presence to calculate the brand value of sports players and provide an additional stream of revenue for both clubs and their players.
MIT research partnership investigates the potential of data-gathering floating structures that assemble and disassemble autonomously to transport goods and service urban inhabitants.
Diligence Cafe in Manila opens late at night to provide a space for those who need to work round the clock.
The Clarion Hotel in Stockholm is piloting a voice-activated chatbot that services the needs of hotel guests.
The award-winning LIFE game from an Oxford University team uses VR to teach healthcare professionals emergency medical care for newborns in distress.
D-CENT is a Europe-wide project providing citizens working for democratic change access to the latest ethical online engagement tools and systems.
A solar-powered, autonomous drone that collects garbage from harbor waters is an innovative new waste-management system.
An app by University of Washington researchers uses a smartphone’s built-in camera to measure the color of blood to check for different conditions.
In Copenhagen, shipping containers are stacked on top of a floating base to create sustainable low-cost student housing.
WeWork former executives to set up rival company, offering support to landlords who would like to create their own co-working spaces.
LVL wearable fitness tracker and app monitors user hydration levels by shining red light through the skin to measure blood water levels.
BeeLine takes the GPS signal from a smartphone to show users the direction of travel rather than a street-by-street route.
Norway’s Traffic Agent app turns students into secret agents, reporting the good and the bad of Oslo’s streets as they go about their daily travels.
crystal, an AI virtual marketing advisor, provides web analysis and answers natural language questions to help businesses hone their digital branding.