Museum visitors will be able to experience a deeper history of exhibits, which otherwise would remain hidden
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Employees can confidentially record time-stamped reports of misconduct using a blockchain app
Japanese startup helps companies create a culture of appreciation by encouraging peer-to-peer recognition
Volvo supports seawall design that mimics a popular habitat for marine life
UK startup offers a consumer-styled app alternative to traditional mental health services
Making sanitary pads access can change girls’ lives in developing countries
A company called Ducky is inspiring people to take action on climate change
Virtual reality helps social workers and others engage more effectively with vulnerable children
Researchers at the National Taiwan University discover that the plastic children’s toy can spin fast enough to separate blood
A startup pioneers a new way to rebuild coral reefs while using an innovative financing method
A simple wristband could mean the difference between life and death for those engaging in water-based activities.
This standalone system could solve two problems at once by finding use for waste water and improving hygiene practices in developing countries.
Government-funded hubs are expected to help over 6000 homeless people in 2019.
Everyday technology receives a simplified update to better suit older populations.
Refugees without protected statuses or identities could gain access to financial services with this innovative blockchain technology.
Using recycled plastics to create an artificial leg has made such prosthetics more readily available for amputees in developing countries.
This innovation could open up possibilities for the visually impaired that many take for granted everyday.
A clever folding design could save flood victims valuable time in emergency situations.
A simple home system could mean the difference of survival for those in poorer regions.
This intelligent student design could save disabled air passengers time and discomfort when flying.
A group of students designed a highly absorbent mask that could save vital seconds in emergency situations.