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5 w ago
The New Electric Bicycle from 'Sooall' Runs on Human Power
Rather than using electricity to generate speed, the latest electric bicycle from ‘Sooall’ will run entirely on pedal power. Putting a whole new spin on the classic exercise bike, the...
6 w ago
Scientific Skincare Products
The DNAEGF Renewal Line Relies on Skin's Natural Regeneration Process
The DNAEGF Renewal skincare line was created with a strong scientific backing. Developed by Dr. Ron Moy, it focuses on helping the natural regeneration processes of the skin rather than providing...
7 w ago
Farfetch Turns Browns into a "Store of the Future" with Retail Tech
E-commerce site Farfetch has acquired the popular London shop Browns, with plans of outfitting the store with the latest experimental retail technology. Under its “Store of the Future”...
8 w ago
Deceased DNA Keepsakes
Distinctive Life Helps People Remember a Loved One by Preserving DNA
In addition to offering a variety of services for burials and cremations, Distinctive Life is a Texan funeral home that offers another unique way to remember a loved one. At the request of a family,...
8 w ago
Smartphone Microscope Attachments
This Smartphone Attachment Offers DNA-Scanning Capabilities
Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles have constructed an inexpensive smartphone attachment that turns phones into precise, high-quality microscopes. The attachment may be small...
8 w ago
Test Tube Cosmetic Branding
DNAEGF's Skincare Packaging References Scientific Tools
The DNAEGF Renewal skincare range boasts test tube packaging that illustrates the brand’s authenticity and medical backing. Founded by Dr. Moy, a Beverly Hills dermatologist and plastic surgeon,...
13 w ago
CD-Shaped Diagnostic Tools
The LabDisk Diagnostic Device Can Detect Multiple Diseases
The LabDisk is a diagnostic device that can be used to test for a variety of devices. Developed through the DiscoGnosis project in a bid to improve existing means of infectious disease diagnosis in...
16 w ago
35 Molecular Design Innovations
From Biological Fashion Collections to Organically Arranged Decor
These molecular design innovations range from biology-themed fashion collections to home decor products that are inspired by dna strands. When it comes to furniture, organically arranged ottomans...
9 w ago
Crowning the Beer-Pouring Champ
The Heineken Global Bartender Final Spotlights the World's Best
Arriving in Amsterdam in anticipation of the Heineken Global Bartender Final 2015, I found myself in the contagiously enthusiastic company of the greatest bartenders from countries all over the world....
23 w ago
Futuristic Alley Editorials
Glassbook Magazine's Mantis Story Boasts Black and White Photography
Photographer Toni Smailagic captures ‘Mantis’ a black and white editorial that is lensed for the pages of Glassbook Magazine. The image series is captured in an industrial alleyway and...
21 w ago
Outdoorsy Normcore Fashion
The Ones 2 Watch Boy Oh Boy Editorial is Understated and Minimalist
Photographer Luca Khouri captures ‘Boy Oh Boy’ a normcore fashion story that is lensed for online style publication, The Ones 2 Watch. Styling for the image series is courtesy of Brian...
21 w ago
Vibrant DNA Timelapses
The Crystallizing DNA Video Showcases What Happens Under a 1000x Microscope
Linden Gledhill was able to capture what happens to crystallizing DNA under a 1000 x microscope. When speaking on DNA, one might converse over its double helix structure or chemical bonds. However,...
22 w ago
DNA 3D-Printing Technologies
Cambrian Genomics Could Generate Creatures That Never Existed
The 3D printing industry is becoming so sophisticate that one company, Cambrian Genomics, is claiming the ability to print living strands of DNA. By combining lasers and 3D printers, this is much...
23 w ago
3D-Printed Genetic Glues
This Medical 3D Printing Innovation Aids the Creation of Organs
Since 3D printing has proven useful for creating everything from casts to hip replacements, scientists at the University of Texas at Austin developed a new medical 3D printing innovation. The...
33 w ago
Foresight & Trends: Reflections Halfway Through the Innovative Conference -
We are at the exact halfway point of the Foresight & Trends 2014 conference, and the attendees of the conference are as inspiring as the speakers. Where the first day’s theme seemed to be...
33 w ago
Portable Diagnostic Gadgets
The rHealth Uses Blood Samples to Diagnose Diseases in Minutes
The rHealth is an ingenious high-tech health gadget, developed by Massachusetts-based DNA Medical Institute, that can diagnose ailments and diseases in mere minutes using nothing more than a single...
33 w ago
Edgy Nautical Watches
The Tattoo DNA Timepiece by Romain Jerome is Dark and Stormy
People who are looking to get a their hands on a nautical watch, but are looking for something slightly different from the rest of the pack will enjoy this particular design. Called the Tattoo DNA...
33 w ago
Redesigned Lab Equipment
This Genome Testing Device Gets a Designer Makeover From Yves Behar
This genome testing equipment redesign will have you rethinking what lab equipment looks like. You probably didn’t think it was going to be purple. Designed by Yves Behar’s Fuseproject,...
2 w ago
Synthetic Rhino Horns
'Pembient' is Combating Rhino Poaching by Creating Biotech Synthetic Horns
Pembient is a start-up company working to counteract the amount of rhino poaching taking place in Africa and Asia. Rhino poaching is an illegal act that is used to obtain the valuable rhino horns,...
10 w ago
Hong Kong's Anti-Litter Cleanup Initiative Calls Out People Who Litter
Consumers are continually bombarded with messages that seduce them to buy new things, but there are few anti-litter campaigns that have the same impact. In order to deal with the staggering amount...
11 w ago
Mark Childs Dicusses the Features of the New Samsung Smartphones
At a recent event at the Sound Academy in Toronto, Trend Hunter had the opportunity to check out the latest Samsung smartphones. We chatted with Samsung Chief Marketing Officer Mark Childs about the...
17 w ago
EpiBone Transforms the Way Doctors Will Be Able to Heal Patients
Founded by Dr. Nina Tandon and Dr. Sarindr Bhumiratana, EpiBone is developing the technology to engineer human bones in a lab, specially designed for the patient in need. Bone cells would be created...
18 w ago
Make Unexpected Connections
Jeremy Gutsche's Better and Faster is Valuable Business Reading
Origami, rocket ships and human hearts might seem discordant, but if you fancy some business reading, Trend Hunter CEO Jeremy Gutsche‘s newest book, Better and Faster reveals how these items...
25 w ago
The Crick Chair Resembles a String of Deoxyribonucleic Acid When Stacked
If you were to buy just one DNA-inspired stool, you would completely miss out on the scientific influence behind it. One single lonely seating object looks like an adorable piece of furniture, but it&...