Engineers have developed a thin film technology that could use heat waste from everyday objects as energy.
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A new packaging startup offers companies a sustainable shipping model with reusable packaging made from recycled materials.
Swiss researchers have developed an implant that grows an artificial mole when changes in the body indicate potential cancer cells.
Researchers have developed contact lenses containing glowing tritium gas that could reduce the vision loss associated with type-2 diabetes.
A marketplace for travel works with local experts to build customised trips for clients.
A workplace travel program rewards employees with relaxation to increase their productivity and job satisfaction.
The world’s largest brewer introduces its patent for brewing beer just below boiling temperature to reduce water consumption and CO2 waste.
Bringing together advertising, referrals and a new coin offering, this jobs platform transparently connects businesses, freelancers and consumers.
Researchers at a university in Lithuania have developed software that lets pilots know if conditions will result in a compromized takeoff.
A new typeface for visually impaired readers uses a design led approach to maximize learning efficiency.
A new soft robotic steering wheel aims to improve the wellbeing of Gig economy drivers.
A new system of online data sharing makes government services more responsive to citizens in the region.
Connected via sensors for continual safety checks, the 3D steel bridge is printed by robots developed by a design studio based in Amsterdam.
A new company is injecting agility into the supply chain by optimizing their warehouses and inventory services.
A naturally occurring bacteria turns cellulose into a petrol substitute that gas-powered cars can use without requiring any modification.
A new airline seat design could allow planes to squeeze in 20 percent more passengers and lower fuel costs.
A new transparent material can tell smartphone users whether or not dangerous pathogens are present.
A German company has developed a robot that can speed up scaffolding assembly
A California biotech company has devised a vegan leather made from mushroom mycelium
A new typeface incorporates braille into readable Latin and Japanese characters for signage that’s equally readable for all.
Our latest Top 5 celebrates Earth Day 2018 with some of the most inspiring business ideas trying to change our attitude and behavior about plastics.
Scottish startup is planning to release milk bottles made from an antimicrobial, biodegradable plastic alternative derived from crustacean shells.