Postgraduate designers and engineers have developed bio-logging tags to help animals be aware of any potential threats from humans.
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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.
A Dutch grocery chain has installed an entirely plastic-free supermarket aisle to help shoppers cut down on plastic packaging.
An Australian artist has created 3D-printed robotic flowers to help save the declining bee population.
Researchers from Swiss university have developed a miniature aquatic robot that can influence the behavior of a school of real fish.
This venture studio created the collectible, breedable cats powered by blockchain that are proving so popular that network traffic has slowed.
Startup is currently testing a trash can that rewards crows with food when they drop in a cigarette butt.
A new low-cost device uses geotagging technology to deter and reduce the illegal wildlife trade.
A Finnish utility company has created a circular system for generating electricity from biological waste products
Global retailer has worked alongside vets to create a pet furniture collection that accounts for different behaviours types and habits of cats and dogs.
The miniature tracking device developed by researchers at Bangor University aims to shed light on what is affecting the falling numbers of bees.
The Zoological Society of London is collaborating with a non-profit to develop a sensor and satellite network.
Researchers at LUT University have developed a method of producing single cells of protein from the air.
Crowdfunding Teddy Food allows donators to choose how their money is spent and then watch their pet be cared for via video streaming.