A new design uses magnetic nasal dilator technology to improve the performance of cyclists.
A naturally occurring bacteria turns cellulose into a petrol substitute that gas-powered cars can use without requiring any modification.
A new on demand service allows users to choose to travel exclusively in Porsches around London.
A new airline seat design could allow planes to squeeze in 20 percent more passengers and lower fuel costs.
A free classroom tool connects students around the world through empathy building activities.
A new transparent material can tell smartphone users whether or not dangerous pathogens are present.
A new startup is reinventing the piggy-bank with a cryptocurrency designed to help teach children the value of money
Mobile dental care aims to help millennials look forward to a trip to the dentist
A German company has developed a robot that can speed up scaffolding assembly
Visitors can experience the Earth’s best and worst polluted cities at a new London art installation
An app gives tailored nutrition and exercise recommendations base on the users metabolism to help increase performance.
A California biotech company has devised a vegan leather made from mushroom mycelium
A new typeface incorporates braille into readable Latin and Japanese characters for signage that’s equally readable for all.
A Thai ad agency has partnered with chemical companies to develop a new way to prevent mosquitos
The latest tech and lifestyle gadgets are available at discounted prices on a gaming inspired online shopping platform
A sustainable electrified road offers a new solution for transport, charging vehicles as they are driven
Researchers have developed an enzyme that can digest certain types of plastics bringing new hope to end a ‘global crisis’.
A new tool uses VR to help young patients understand and be less afraid of undergoing medical procedures
A clothing range has built-in sensors to track heart activity which can be sent to any smartphone device.
A discount barcode in a new reusable shopping bag is designed to encourage customers to reduce the number of plastic bags thrown away.
Scottish startup is planning to release milk bottles made from an antimicrobial, biodegradable plastic alternative derived from crustacean shells.
A newly developed micro-factory can recycle e-waste on site to reduce environmental impact and enhance community benefits.