A clothing company has developed underwear embedded with a product that kills odour-causing bacteria.
Posts Categorized: Sustainability
The use of a sustainable material in every part of a building could alter the very nature of construction for a more sustainable future.
Christmas trees have an unexpected effect on our carbon footprint, but a student may have found a way to diminish their negative impact.
This standalone system could solve two problems at once by finding use for waste water and improving hygiene practices in developing countries.
A new project open sources the design for a tricycle made from recyclable materials to tackle congestion in Mexico City.
Engineers have developed a replacement for MDF and chipboard that is made from potato peels and is biodegradable.
A new eco-friendly hotel concept is portable and can be adjusted to meet guest demand.
India-based company has developed menstrual pads from banana plant fibres that are free from harsh chemicals and biodegrade within six months.
A startup is using bacteria to produce an economically viable, biological-based alternative to traditional clay brick.
A multi-serviced design practice has created a sustainable Islamic prayer mat using 51 percent less materials than that of a traditional rug.
Urban areas could benefit hugely from this algae curtain that can help reduce carbon emissions.
A new sustainable design for a bike rack could collect the kinetic energy generated by cyclists.
An AgTech company has developed an algorithm to identify the health diagnostics of vineyard soil by genetically sequencing the microbes and applying AI algorithm analysis.
Vegan eating could reach a whole new range of consumers with this new slaughter-free method.
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.
Following another year of ground-breaking global innovations, we have selected the most disruptive businesses who brought a new wave of exciting opportunities across sectors and tech in 2018.
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 group of Australian researchers have found a valuable environmental use for nanoparticles derived from green mangos.
A new, reusable takeaway cup has an integrated payment chip to incentivise customers to reduce their takeaway cup consumption.
The Springwise team have selected their favourite innovations from 2018, featuring dynamic and transformative ideas across different sectors to help stimulate creativity, growth and success in your business. From packaged consumables for the mind to fighting textile waste, high-tech to low-tech – reminisce on the highlights of this year’s most creative advances in modern technology.
A multi-organisation effort has resulted in a boat made entirely from waste plastic that can help clear up still more plastic from rivers and waterways.