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UK group’s 3D printer makes pills that match individual needs
A breath-analysis device could mean the end for unhealthy fad diets with personalised metabolism tracking.
As we keep an eye on the next generation of innovators, we put our focus on the finalists of the MIAT Prize 2019 to discover the top six innovative ideas that have the potential to make the biggest impact in the healthcare sector.
A boring part of the daily routine could be made easier and faster by this unusual toothbrush design.
A new vaping device is nicotine free acting as an odourless inhaler filled with vitamins and is completely recyclable.
India-based company has developed menstrual pads from banana plant fibres that are free from harsh chemicals and biodegrade within six months.
A new scarf from the US provides protection against air pollution, allergies and cold and flu.
Our latest Top 5 showcases the top of the class in innovations for children.
Wearable fitness trackers are continuously enhanced thanks to technological advances in material design and sensors. It’s no longer enough to measure steps and active minutes. Find out how fitness trackers have evolved and how they’re now been used in our latest Tech Explained.
A charity has created a sensor kit that assesses the health of a house by measuring cold and mould levels.
This smart wristband has a biosensor that can count particles in the bloodstream.
VR therapy programme aims to reduce the fear of heights with computer-generated virtual coach.
A new capsule packed with sensors has been developed to study the health of gut bacteria
This active footrest improves blood circulation and reduces muscle tension through movement.
As part of the new Generation Innovators (Gen-I) series, Springwise visited the Dyson School of Engineering’s exhibition to scout out the future generation of inventors.
Student researchers have developed a smart mirror that monitors malignant moles using machine learning algorithms.
Researchers use synthetic spider silk as a delivery method for cancer-fighting drugs.
Researchers have developed a stretchable conductive material that could facilitate advances in wearable electronics and durable biomedical implants.
In its early stage of development, a new evolutionary ultrasound system allows women to regularly monitor for abnormalities in their breast at home.
An app uses smartphone sensors to detect onset signs of Parkinson’s in users which could lead to earlier treatment options.
A team of researchers have developed an LED stool with pressure sensors to help combat back pain.