As part of the new Generation Innovators (Gen-I) series, Springwise visited the Dyson School of Engineering’s exhibition to scout out the future generation of inventors.
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A cookery kit created by a graduate student encourages neighbours in Poland who often feel isolated to communicate and socialize with one another.
A Japanese company has created hybrid chopsticks that use magnets to help those with motor skills issues pick up their food.
Charity partners and a local coffee supplier have created a coffee shop dedicated to providing a safe space for information and support on mental health.
A new platform allows NGOs to raise money by mining cryptocurrency while a computer is idle.
A new social platform uses blockchain technology to encourage people to socialise in person and online.
As a new interactive resource for learning humanities within higher education, a startup connects documentary film-makers with university programs.
An updated version of a popular assistive technology device uses AI to read printed text and distinguish faces for users with limited vision.
A new ad campaign for organ donations includes a feature film and an interactive digital element to raise audience awareness.
A new user-friendly app aims to overcome social barriers by helping those with a visual impairment distinguish between bank notes, read menus, and access the news independently.
An art exhibit at the Venice Biennale hopes to inspire a conversation about creating more interesting architectural spaces.
A new tablet eliminates complications of other devices to make staying connected easier for seniors
A car device helps people with visual impairments sense the scenery outside car windows.
A robot companion is being developed to help elderly people stay active and social.
A free classroom tool connects students around the world through empathy building activities.
A vending machine in Sydney invites people to think about mental health by dispensing consumables for the mind.
A South African social enterprise is helping disabled unemployed through upcycling projects.
A set of scales allows passersby to use their monetary donations to vote on the current issue being offered for debate by a homeless person.
A German company will give startups a brick-and-mortar presence while also providing market research insights.
A new smart shoe can sense when a wearer has fallen and call for emergency assistance
An interactive platform rewards its members with a unique cryptocurrency for honest representation.
Plans announced for the UK’s first retirement community designed specifically to accommodate a majority of LGBT residents.