An Australian artist has created 3D-printed robotic flowers to help save the declining bee population.
The wearable 360-degree light can be paired with a smartphone to send out an SOS signal if unusual movement is detected.
A new retail solution uses artificial intelligence to enhance the shopping experience and enables stores to operate unattended.
UK-based company can transform disused mines into renewable energy hubs.
A long-haul carrier has introduced a series of yoga and meditation videos for use before, during and after a flight for increased passenger wellbeing.
The jacket is equipped with a thermostat that allows wearers to use a voice connected feature to control it.
Researchers have developed a method for printing individual doses of medication in QR coded patterns onto an edible material.
Using smart sensor technology, this new car seat design aims to improve car safety for children.
A new pricing system uses deep learning algorithms and real-time data to price produce and reduce food waste.
A new predictive language app suggests alternative words that can empower girls
A new type of electronic skin embedded with sensors can heal itself and is fully recyclable
Using AR and AI, this app can be used to visualise home furnishings before purchasing products.
This patent-pending design for tights uses the same materials found in bulletproof vests and is snag-proof, allowing for at least 50 wears.
New rechargeable underwater vehicles can complete weather-dependent tasks that are often hazardous for employees.
A group of Indonesian investors started a new micro retail company to help local street vendors improve and connect their kiosks through integrated technology.
Restaurant and cafe goers can choose establishments based on loudness ratings provided by an app.
With three sizes available, the patented system of building with interlocking wood bricks makes construction projects quick and easy to self-assemble in days.
Researchers have developed a system that projects real-life internal images onto a patient’s body for improved surgical training and preparation.
New ultra-thin, flexible displays produce color and images by reflecting natural light.
New Belgian energy company uses a simple turbine construction to create round-the-clock water-powered electricity for remote communities without harming the environment.
New Zealand supermarket uses smart trolleys to recognize products and automatically charge customers.
Cyclists can use this new bike to receive more detailed and personalized results regarding their fitness and cycling technique.