The second instalment of our ‘Future of Work’ series considers ways to overcome the challenge of maintaining productivity in the modern workplace, ranging from innovative and customisable desks to AI monitoring systems.
The first in our ‘Future of Work’ series looks at the most innovative examples of sustainability in the workplace, from furniture tapping into the circular economy to smart bins taking advantage of the Internet of Things.
We spoke to co-founder Nick Lum, who is on a mission to create significant impact in the area of of accessibility and working with many organizations, including Springwise, to support literacy and reading efficiency.
We spoke to Laurence Kemball-Cook, founder of Pavegen whose expansion plans could see more cities using the electricity generating paving slab making energy more sustainable and accessible worldwide.
An upgraded mobile application sends travelers flight deal recommendations tailored to their individual preferences.
A new research from the Technical University of Munich is focusing on materials that will ‘self-destruct’ at the end of their usefulness.
A student from the Royal Academy of Music, London, has developed a new system that monitors posture and technique during instrument practice.
A Korean firm is set to bring hula hooping into the 21st century with a high-tech hoop that can deliver a much more varied and informed workout.
A Swedish transport specialist is developing a driverless electric trucking system that could revolutionize the haulage industry.
Researchers in Mexico seek funding for an award-winning biodegradable ‘carpet’ that uses human waste to rejuvenate infertile soil in and around refugee camps.
To raise awareness of climate change, a team in the UK has developed a t-shirt that changes colour depending on the acidity of the water around it.
A revolutionary new California-based platform is using a simple 3D printing to make and deliver popsicles in any shape desired.
Springwise joins the 64th edition of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity to support the innovation and startup community.
The 2017 edition of Lions Innovation introduces a new space dedicated to startups from around the world.
Lions Innovation takes centre stage for the Springwise community at the 64th International Festival of Creativity.
A team from Mexico is developing an app that uses VR and smart technology to help make it easier to give up smoking.
A Belgium-based selling platform has been getting considerable attention for its newly released tool enabling easier product placement within instant messaging.
For those who always forget to take the pan off the boil in time, the Hestan Cue system could revolutionise home cooking whilst training people to become better cooks.
The European Union-funded BlindPAD is a tactile ‘tablet’ for the visually impaired that has the potential to enable faster interaction with an ever more visual world.
Refugees are closer to gaining easier access to banking in foreign countries thanks to a new digital solution from Berlin startup Taqanu
An Australian company has created a new wave machine that promises improved performance and cost effectiveness for harvesting the power of the sea
We spoke to Jeff Woolf OBE, whose innovative helmet design has just received investment from tennis player Sir Andy Murray, as part of the latest Seedrs fundraising campaign.