We’ve picked out our top ten Health & Wellbeing articles from the last 6 months on Springwise, designed to provide entrepreneurs with plenty of fresh inspiration for the future.
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Estonia-based Cleveron has launched the first mailbox of its kind, allowing recipients to access their parcels by scanning a QR code.
The thermoelectric paint, developed by a group of South Korean scientists, converts heat into electricity much more efficiently than current materials.
Arcadia Power has created a service that allows those typically barred from installing solar panels to invest in green energy.
App-based communications experts Multi Media Plus released Incite, a mobile training app for sales teams that provides custom videos and reports.
AirSelfie is a small, flying drone that fits into a phone case and can stay airborne for up to 3 minutes at a time.
Lemonade is a peer-to-peer insurance provider that donates unclaimed money to charities chosen by its members.
New innovation lets travelers exchange their unwanted foreign currency with ‘collectors’ through a web app.
Jo&Joe Open Houses will be dynamic social spaces, offering aspects of hotels, hostels and private rentals for locals and visitors alike across several cities.
Birch Finance’s free app analyzes credit card spending and recommends which card or cards to use where to maximize the available rewards.
A Mexican scientist has developed cement that glows in the dark for up to 12 hours, potentially revolutionising the way we light our cities.
A new partnership offers customers a fuel delivery service so they never have to stop at a petrol station.
Spanish brewers Mahou San Miguel launched an internal car sharing app to help decrease the company’s carbon footprint.
Australia’s Commonwealth Bank created a virtual reality story and experience to teach children across the country the basics of money management.
Dutch company TenCate created the Field in a box to allow communities of all levels of wealth to provide turf playing fields for a variety of local sports.
Boston based MIT startup, Vision Insights, monitors viewer reactions as they watch and provides broadcasters and programmers with highly in depth viewing data.
Oklahoma based band, Flaming Lips, debut new music at one of the city’s yoga studios.
Planextra’s SenceBand measures heart rate, syncing data to each user’s personal hub, providing detailed insight into when and why each emotion was experienced.
Scientists from New Zealand developed non-toxic DNA tracers to track pathways of water contamination.
Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have discovered that the properties of wood can be used to generate energy.
Middle East retail leader is running a regional heart health campaign for women in five countries, offering free wellness tests in malls.
Developed by a Harvard research team, organs-on-chips allow scientists to customize tests and study a variety of tissues at once.