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University researchers create a system that cleans the environment and produces clean energy
From machine learning to virtual reality, technologies are revolutionising the way we work. In our latest Top 7 list, we look at how some forward-thinking businesses are already incorporating innovations to drive change and shape the Future of Work.
Colours could become a unique way of creating music through a ring-style wearable instrument.
Fan engagement is taken online, as a UK football team creates their own virtual players to compete online.
A breath-analysis device could mean the end for unhealthy fad diets with personalised metabolism tracking.
A public transport initiative goes fully emission-free with an unusual new source for fuel.
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 modular security system allows smart security to integrate into any home, whether urban or rural.
A boring part of the daily routine could be made easier and faster by this unusual toothbrush design.
Access to sustainable fashion becomes far easier with this e-commerce platform made up solely of sustainable brands.
Vending machines sell Instagram-related physical products to promote damning social media documentary.
Our latest Top 5 takes an in-depth look at which innovations could help keep your retail business safe against modern technological threats.
The ability to control a drone with just one hand could be a reality, thanks to an Australian startup.
Students have developed a software that can make 2D images virtually walk out of their frames into 3D animations.
The small size of these construction robots could negate the need for road disruption during pipe repairs.
A simple wristband could mean the difference between life and death for those engaging in water-based activities.
Selfies could provide the means for consumer-driven product analysis and recommendations.
A nifty app could save many users awkward embarrassments at large events and gatherings.
The use of a sustainable material in every part of a building could alter the very nature of construction for a more sustainable future.
Personalisation has been taken to a whole new level in the beauty industry with individualised face masks.
An audio-based social media platform aims to help young people have the confidence to express themselves away from pressures on appearance.