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New ultrasound technology helps identify male eggs before being put into incubation.
Springwise explores the world of opportunities open to us in the future through the current work of next-generation innovators.
Researchers are using a new filter made from jellyfish mucus to reduce plastic waste found in seawater.
A new approach for fabricating soft materials at the millimetre scale could lead to a new generation of flexible micro-robots
Design student has developed a way of using the kombucha process to produce edible food packaging.
A partnership between council officials and local restaurants hopes to restore and protect the surrounding barrier reef by diverting oyster shells from landfill.
A new capsule packed with sensors has been developed to study the health of gut bacteria
Portable tracker delivers water quality data in real time that could defend against flash floods and algae blooms.
Inspired by cuttlefish, this new autonomous underwater robot propels itself with undulating fins, making it ideal for a variety of tasks.
Researchers are using AI to help response teams know how to react to volcanic eruptions.
A tent made of a nano rip-stop nylon is capable of repairing itself by using friction to seal holes and punctures.
Postgraduate designers and engineers have developed bio-logging tags to help animals be aware of any potential threats from humans.
Sensory technology allows users to direct robots through hand gestures and brain waves.
Researchers have developed a film that can cloak thermal radiation by cutting down the infrared radiation which surfaces would normally emit.
Researchers in China are now developing a 3D printing technology to manufacture ceramics under microgravity.
A sustainable housing development in the Netherlands uses a new smart street lighting system that works on a wavelength that is comfortable for a rare species of bats.
Researchers have developed a natural pesticide that does not harm beneficial insects by combining genetic insights with new plant breeding methods.
Paper containing glucose and honey plant seeds can help protect bee populations from declining.
A new facial recognition app is helping to identify and protect endangered primates.
An Australian company is synthesising a new eco-fibre out of biomass waste.
Powered by a laser beam, engineers have designed a wireless flying robotic insect.