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A clothing company has developed underwear embedded with a product that kills odour-causing bacteria.
Personalisation has been taken to a whole new level in the beauty industry with individualised face masks.
An Iraqi designer has released a collection of vases that have been designed and created largely by machine.
A new project open sources the design for a tricycle made from recyclable materials to tackle congestion in Mexico City.
Researchers and a retailer have teamed up to deliver a jumper that can be customised in-store to fit anyone.
A multi-serviced design practice has created a sustainable Islamic prayer mat using 51 percent less materials than that of a traditional rug.
Urban areas could benefit hugely from this algae curtain that can help reduce carbon emissions.
Engineers have developed a comfortable, soft helmet for skiers using non-Newtonian materials traditionally used in products such as back protectors.
A new sustainable and innovative powder hair product is waterless and rehydrates in the shower.
A new design of bikes hopes to influence user’s habits and behaviours by taking up less space on city streets.
A clever folding design could save flood victims valuable time in emergency situations.
A new tape measure connects to an app to allow an audio read-out of the measurements.
Changing the design components of the traditional mascara tube could lead to massive strides for sustainability in the cosmetics market.
Dutch designer has devised an innovative new leather made from palm leaves, reducing the hefty carbon footprint of the textile industry.
This innovative backpack design helps reduce debilitating health repercussions for manual labourers.
A design company is using an app and an NFC button to combat fake products.
A global beauty company has created an AI tool as part of a campaign to tackle cyberbullying.
A design graduate is using a plant called soft rush to create furniture and packaging material.
Unique shelters provide shelter for solitary bees under threat in urban environments.
A new biodegradable material made of potato starch can decompose to soil nutrients in only two months.
A new design of fibre technology could prove to be a major breakthrough in scientific progress.