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New smart farming system uses a vertical hydroponics set-up that allows growers to make best use of limited space and monitor their plants via app.
Greece-based SaMMY enables real-time berth-booking through waterproof, wireless sensors in the marinas, which will also provide updates on local weather, water and wave conditions.
UNHCR volunteers on the Greek Island of Lesvos are using discarded life jackets to make well insulated mattresses for refugee camps.
The convertible desk transforms into a full size bed, enabling employees to take power naps in the office to boost their productivity.
Human iTech that has created a virtual workplace simulation, which businesses can use for recruitment, personal assessment and training.
PeekInToo offers smartphone users a real-time, virtual glimpse into an anonymous person’s life for just 12 seconds.
Visitors to the eco furniture COCO-MAT store in New York can test the quality of the outlet’s beds while catching 40 winks in a hotel room-like space.
Greek consumers can now use augmented reality and a Lacta chocolate bar to convey a secret message to a friend.
Add / Remove The march of the upcycling initiatives continues! Hard on the heels of our stories about Diana Eng’s “fortune cookie” purses and Rerip’s surfboard-recycling program comes word of Yiuco, an online marketplace that focuses exclusively on products created through upcycling, recycling and reuse. Greek Yiuco only allows items to be listed if they […]
Add / Remove Hotels are increasingly embracing green practices as a way to set themselves apart, so it only makes sense to see a portal emerge that aims to help eco-minded consumers find them. GreenHotels, in fact, serves not only as a portal and booking engine promoting eco-hotels in Greece, but it even scores those […]
Add / Remove Back in 2006, we covered an ancient commodity that was being marketed in a fresh way—mastiha, made from resin of the mastic tree, which is mainly cultivated on the Greek island of Chios. As we pointed out, mastiha (or mastic) is used in a wide variety of products, and Mastihashops—founded by the […]
Add / Remove There’s a new premium commodity in town, and its name is mastiha. Those of you with no ties to the Eastern Mediterranean or the Middle-East are forgiven for not knowing exactly what mastiha, or mastic gum, is. It’s a product of the mastic tree, which is mainly cultivated on Chios, a Greek […]