Rubbish, a significant problem across the globe can now offer a much desired resource – WiFi!
This material is a hybrid of materials, essentially a combination of liquid, metal and solid metallic alloys wrapped in a stretchy polymer. This innovation of materials allow for the circuits to quadruple in length whilst maintaining it’s electrical connection
Luminaid is a company that has come up with a solar powered solution to emergency lighting that is both easy to use, accessible and easily transportable. The sixteen hours of illumination on one charge is impressive with the complete lack of a traditional battery – solely sunlight! Recharging in seven hours from the thin solar panel
A dancer interacting with the 3D projection art. Technology meets art in this stunning piece of performance. Hakanaï, a digital solo performance from Adrien M / Claire B.
What on the surface looks like yet another gimmicky application of some nifty augmented reality tech, does indeed have further reaching benefits – Education!
Self Assembling robot at 1.7cm square. MIT Scientists have developed this amazing little “robot” that resembles an tiny origami piece.
Fontus Ryde is the self filling water bottle for your bicycle. Harvest water while you are on riding by collecting condensation.
Goal – To rid the oceans of plastic The Ocean Cleanup is developing world’s first feasible method to rid the oceans of plastic. The Ocean Cleanup’s goal is to extract, prevent, and intercept plastic pollution by initiating the largest cleanup in history. Founded in 2013 by then 19 year old[…]
Fantastic transparent solar cell technology developed by a Michigan State University research team is a clear step towards the future of power.
Innovative new ion engine could support long distance space travel without the need for contemporary fuel! WOW! In theory this certainly is an awesome feat. The reality is that there is still much testing an research to be done, but at the end of the day, innovations such as this may well be a significant step to not only being able to explore our solar system (to start with), but no doubt help instil an better understanding of the value and significance of our tiny blue planet.