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UK group’s 3D printer makes pills that match individual needs
3D printing could help kids simultaneously learn more about technology and expand their creative skills.
A design school graduate has created a series of 12 objects to support sensory development in children with autism.
A new app for parents allows them to monitor their children’s screens and teach them responsibility.
A silent discrete breast pump that fits into a nursing bra enables mothers to pump with convenience and privacy.
Our latest Top 5 showcases the top of the class in innovations for children.
A co-working company is adding children’s education to its spaces to allow parents more flexibility.
Wearable tech company launches dedicated chipset for 4G kids’ smartwatches to meet the evolved needs of connected families.
A Belgium based company is creating circular furniture designs for children to help encourage them to recycle.
A free classroom tool connects students around the world through empathy building activities.
A new startup is reinventing the piggy-bank with a cryptocurrency designed to help teach children the value of money
A new tool uses VR to help young patients understand and be less afraid of undergoing medical procedures
A new software uses AI and eye-tracking technology to quickly facilitate an early diagnosis of dyslexia in children.
Children are taught the digital skills needed to resolve online conflicts before they escalate to violence and cyberbullying.
A new easy-to-carry kit includes a temporary tattoo and a pen designed to make it easier for children to manage the daily administration of insulin into the body.
Using smart sensor technology, this new car seat design aims to improve car safety for children.
A stylish new suitcase turns into a high chair to make it easier for parents to travel with small children.
Lego-compatible, six-sided blocks makes creating interactive toys, games and instruments easy and fun and does not require access to a screen.
Innovative and affordable product helps young visually impaired children to learn braille
Young Dutch designer wants to give new life to the cardboard boxes used to transport relief packages.
Chinese startup has created an instant, mixed reality experience for children to take them away from constant electronic device use.