Scientists have developed a new method to filter out salt and metal ions from water by mirroring the ion selectivity of cell membranes in their own membranes.
UK-based company can transform disused mines into renewable energy hubs.
Using facial recognition technology, these smart glasses are helping police to track criminals.
This temporary tattoo lets wearers know when their skin has absorbed too much sun.
Victims of harassment in the workplace are able to record incidents quickly and anonymously through AI-powered bot.
The first augmented, virtual and sensory reality consumer lab is about to open in Canada.
A new crowdfunding platform has been launched to help train up homeless people with new skills.
Engineered bacteria can be printed into ‘living tattoos’ opening new opportunities for personalized medical treatments.
A new app has been created to make it easier for color-blind TV viewers to see accurate colors.
A new multi-instinctive user interface has various displays and adapts to any space by using natural materials.
The patent-pending device, which warns car users about approaching cyclists, costs less than two EURO to produce.
A new app is designed to bring social and business airport users together without the need for any direct human interaction.
An innovative energy concept designed in Sweden can be applied to both new and existing structures.
Top-end customers can look forward to suites furnished with a full-flat bed and packed with the latest tech.
New headset is clinically proven to improve focus, calmness and self-control.
A new method for self-healing asphalt could potentially increase a road’s lifespan.
An ecosystem of hardware and software is simplifying the programming and development of robotics functionality.
Design agency creates an Airbnb-inspired site to raise funds for survivors of the Mexican earthquake.
The new system could change the future of manufacturing jobs allowing workers to operate machines from anywhere in the world.
New robotized clothing range is able to react to the presence of strangers.
Global retailer has worked alongside vets to create a pet furniture collection that accounts for different behaviours types and habits of cats and dogs.
New app rounds up your purchases to the nearest dollar and automatically converts spare change in cryptocurrencies.