Researchers in Germany have a developed a wafer thin e-skin wearable that detects the Earth’s magnetic fields and can be used to control devices or for navigation.
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China-based research into using nuclear fusion as a clean energy source is the first to achieve temperatures of over 100-million degrees Celsius paving the way for artificial sun technology.
Switzerland-based startup offers rentable end-to-end automated equipment for conducting experiments in space.
A new type of optical gyroscope could allow mobile devices to shrink even further.
Unique shelters provide shelter for solitary bees under threat in urban environments.
A design student has developed a range of food products and packaging showcasing the nutritional benefits of lichen.
New, lightweight haptic feedback gloves provide a realistic feeling of lifting and manipulating virtual objects.
Researchers have developed a technique for printing ceramics that can self-reshape.
A digital database will store the features of individual fish for identification and to track their health.
A Chinese company is developing an artificial moon which would be used to illuminate city streets and save energy.
A new technique uses an adapted 3D printer to print tissue to replace damaged tendons and ligaments.
A performance has been created by a social design lab in order to raise awareness about debris filling the skies.
Newly accessible brain scans can be used to help train neural networks and further develop advances in medical research using AI.
A social enterprise company aims to engage people with the protection and growth of the country’s native bird population.
Scientists have developed a breathalyser that they claim can diagnose Parkinson’s disease.
A small, flexible device replicates the actions of large and expensive lasers used to treat baldness.
Engineers have developed a way to purify storm water runoff that is usually wasted.
Life Whisperer uses the technology to improve the selection of embryos used in IVF implantation.
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