A clothing company has developed underwear embedded with a product that kills odour-causing bacteria.
Posts Categorized: Material Science
The use of a sustainable material in every part of a building could alter the very nature of construction for a more sustainable future.
This standalone system could solve two problems at once by finding use for waste water and improving hygiene practices in developing countries.
An Iraqi designer has released a collection of vases that have been designed and created largely by machine.
A new project open sources the design for a tricycle made from recyclable materials to tackle congestion in Mexico City.
Researchers and a retailer have teamed up to deliver a jumper that can be customised in-store to fit anyone.
The world’s thinnest interactive surface could bring huge breakthroughs for the immersive technology sector.
Engineers have developed a replacement for MDF and chipboard that is made from potato peels and is biodegradable.
Experimental food experiences combine story-telling with dinner through glow-in-the-dark cuisine.
Intelligent design options simultaneously speeds up the renovation process at a lower cost.
Raptors could be saved from plane collisions via an unusual visual pattern.
A startup is using bacteria to produce an economically viable, biological-based alternative to traditional clay brick.
Urban areas could benefit hugely from this algae curtain that can help reduce carbon emissions.
Engineers have developed a comfortable, soft helmet for skiers using non-Newtonian materials traditionally used in products such as back protectors.
Researchers have been inspired by geckos’ feet to develop a liquid crystalline elastomer material that bends in set directions in response to heat and light.
A new sustainable and innovative powder hair product is waterless and rehydrates in the shower.
Using the same piece of paper up to 100 times could be ground-breaking in changing our everyday environmental impact.
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.
The war against plastics has found a new target – disposable toothbrushes.
This intelligent student design could save disabled air passengers time and discomfort when flying.
A prototype bottle can melt snow for drinking water using only human power.