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A new range of kitchenware for the blind uses sensory feedback and tactile cues to help prepare food.
Springwise takes a look at Singapore as a potential innovation hub of the future, with key examples of remarkable innovation from the city-state.
A new project has developed an automated algorithm to separate and identify male mosquitos, which will be used to control the spread of diseases carried by female mosquitos.
Scientists in Singapore are using a zero waste process to create a probiotic drink out of soy pulp.
A new service lets passengers access mini convenience stores while using ride-hailing cars.
An app using visual recognition technology allows users to earn commission by posting photos of clothing items that lead to sales.
University researchers created an anti-noise device that prevents external noise pollution from entering a room, even if the windows are open.
Bringing together advertising, referrals and a new coin offering, this jobs platform transparently connects businesses, freelancers and consumers.
A naturally occurring bacteria turns cellulose into a petrol substitute that gas-powered cars can use without requiring any modification.
By sharing photos and other visual content, users receive cryptocurrency rewards.
Researchers have created eco-friendly aerogels that can be used for a wide range of industrial applications.
An online mall is targeting crypto-savvy millennials with its vision of cashless purchasing.
A new smartphone watch aims to keep children safe with a host of security-minded features
Started by devotees of the crowdfunding site, this retail space features popular products as well as items currently campaigning for funds.
Scientists in Singapore have created a fermentation process that means no food waste is produced.
A programmable cocktail glass allows users to alter the flavor of almost any beverage.
Top-end customers can look forward to suites furnished with a full-flat bed and packed with the latest tech.
The means of transport has been trialled by wheelchair users at Singapore’s Changi General Hospital.
An attachment for spectacles aims to improve situational awareness for deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
Using Facebook messenger, the chatbot named Ella checks in with elderly residents every morning and then alerts Red Cross staff when a patient needs help.
A new maritime craft uses wing-in-ground technology to allow passengers to travel by flying just above sea-water.