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A new design for a solar-powered sea water purifier could help save lives at sea.
A new easy-to-carry kit includes a temporary tattoo and a pen designed to make it easier for children to manage the daily administration of insulin into the body.
New platform works with socially conscious brands and individuals creating handmade products.
A new gelatin-based bioplastic can be used in a multitude of ways, including interiors and exterior builds.
Design agency creates an Airbnb-inspired site to raise funds for survivors of the Mexican earthquake.
Researchers in Mexico seek funding for an award-winning biodegradable ‘carpet’ that uses human waste to rejuvenate infertile soil in and around refugee camps.
A team from Mexico is developing an app that uses VR and smart technology to help make it easier to give up smoking.
A Mexican teenager has developed a wearable prototype that can detect physical changes associated with breast cancer.
Social marketing agency FCB created Tug of Hope to connect children in different locations and circumstances as a way of celebrating shared humanity.
A team of researchers from Mexico and Spain have found a way to use waste citrus peel to clean water with a method that also gathers valuable metals for reuse.
A Mexican scientist has developed cement that glows in the dark for up to 12 hours, potentially revolutionising the way we light our cities.
Many countries in Latin America power their appliances with propane gas. Now, with Mabe’s Gascale, can order refills before running out completely.
Mexico City citizens have been invited to contribute to and shape the city’s new constitution through the online Plataforma Constitución CDMX.
Cornershop’s 90-minute, online personal shopping service delivers only hand-picked, quality and fresh groceries.
Caaapital is an investment platform that connects investors with renewable energy projects.
In an attempt to curb one of the worst obesity rates in the world, the Mexican government is offering a free subway ticket in exchange for 10 squats.
Mexican news outlet Mas Por Mas has created a bathroom paper towel dispenser which prints news headlines on the very paper users will dry their hands with.
From Mexico, the PhotoFlow harnesses energy from the sun in good weather and collects and filters rainwater in bad weather.
KidZania Mumbai has teamed up with India’s YES BANK to get visitors roleplaying as bank tellers in order to teach them about the finance skills they will need later in life.
Mexico’s ANAR Foundation has developed an ad that uses lenticular printing technology to display encouraging messages to children that adults can’t read.
The Scribe paper company has created the Scribe Billboard, a temporary home and advertisement hoarding for artists to live in while they design a commercial for the brand based on fans’ tweets.