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1 d ago
Kid-Friendly Therapy Robots
'Darwin' Provides Robot Therapy to Children with Cerebral Palsy
‘Darwin’ is the name of a robot therapy tool developed by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology specifically for children and adults who are living with Cerebral Palsy....
5 d ago
Commemorative Color Collections
'Nicoll Blue' Honors the Career of Late Designer Richard Nicoll
Fashion designer Richard Nicoll was a titan of the industry, and his closest friends and family have thus worked with the Pantone Institute to commemorate the late designer’s influence in a...
3 w ago
This Wearable AI System Picks Up on Tone in Conversation
A team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) recently shared an AI system that can be used in though a wearable app to detect some of the sentiments behind speech. In particular, the...
5 w ago
Circular Minimal Chandeliers
This Chandelier Design Suits Most Contemporary Homes
This minimal chandelier was designed by Hannakaisa Pekkala for the brand ‘Northern Lighting’ – having created it at the institute of Design & Fine Arts in Lahti, Finland. When...
5 w ago
Educational Healthcare Social Robots
The 'MOnarCH' Robot Provides Edutainment in Hospitals
The ‘MOnarCH’ is a newly designed piece of technology that aims to push the capabilities of social robots to the next level. Designed by David Gonçalves, the ‘MOnarCH’ robot...
6 w ago
Speedy Recharging Electric Buses
This Hybrid Electric Bus Can Completely Recharge in Only Minutes
This hybrid electric bus is capable of recharging at bus stops in a matter of just minutes. Currently in service in a suburb of Södertälje in Sweden, the electric buses power back up with an...
6 w ago
Ultra-Strong Lightweight Graphene
MIT's New Structural Graphene Compound is Stronger Than Steel
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has recently designed a new graphene compound that has a density of just five percent yet is ten times stronger than steel. The structural compound is the...
8 w ago
The Printed 'Na-Nose' Accurately Identifies 17 Types of Diseases
‘Na-Nose’ is the name of an inexpensive 3D-printed breathalyzer that was created by a team of researchers to detect 17 types of diseases with 86% accuracy. Using gold nanoparticles that...
2 d ago
Customizable Commuter Bicycles
The 'Modefi' Bikes Can be Changed and Augmented to Suit Riders
The ‘Modefi’ commuter bicycles are intended to offer riders the ability to customize their ride like never before in order to make them more attuned to different needs of different riders....
8 w ago
Natural Gym Pop-Ups
Biofit is Launching the World's First "Biophyilic Indoor Gym"
Knowing that there are many people who will be kicking off the arrival of a new year with health and fitness goals, Biofit will be launching a natural gym pop-up for a limited time in early January....
9 w ago
Programming Turn Tables
'TuneTable' Teaches the Basics of Coding Through Music
Understanding the basic principles of programming can be difficult for adults, let alone children, and ‘TuneTable’ is just one of the many games designed to help kids learn while they...
10 w ago
Outsider Art Exhibitions
This Chicago Gallery Celebrates Intuitive and Outsider Art
While the Art Institute of Chicago is one of the Windy City’s most popular museums, the city is also home to an off-beat gallery that celebrates intuitive and outsider art. With more than 1,...
10 w ago
Global Radio Projects
'Radio Garden' Collects Radio Stations from Around the World
Radio is an old medium for entertainment compared to many of the ways that consumers get their content today, but the Radio Garden project is a way to merge radio with more recent digital technology....
10 w ago
Inflatable Origami Materials
Tangible Media Group's Aeromorphs are Used for Transforming Designs
Tangible Media Group, a division of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has developed a new material dubbed ‘Aeromorphs.’ The material is effectively a programmable plastic that...
12 w ago
Medical Biomanufacturing Institutes
The 'Herston Biofabrication Institute' Will be in a Hospital
Impressive research is going toward perfecting additive manufacturing systems for the field of healthcare and surgery, but the ‘Herston Biofabrication Institute’ is set to be the first...
13 w ago
Pet Hotel Gift Boxes
A Design Student Created Complimentary Gifts for Guests at the 'D Pet Hotel'
This complimentary gift set was designed by student Cindy Tan who attends the Fashion Institute of Technology. The gift was created for the brand ‘D Pet Hotels,’ a luxury hotel chain...
14 w ago
This Bus Office Lets Commuters Start Working On Their Way to Work
With productivity in mind, this bus office aims to make the most of your morning commute. While some commuters may opt to read or listen to podcasts, Office on Wheels by Flanders Institute for...
14 w ago
Branded Engineering Invention Programs
The 'Dyson Institute of Technology' Will Accept 25 Students
Dyson, one of the most innovative industrial design and production companies in the world, is offering a new university program under the banner of the ‘Dyson Institute of Technology.’...
2 w ago
Understanding Recessive Diseases
In His Talk on Genetics, Nigel Laing Explores Inherited Diseases
Nigel Laing, a professor of human genetics at UWA and the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, goes over his findings on recessive diseases throughout his informative talk on genetics. He...
3 w ago
Nanoparticle Cancer Treatments
Nanoparticle Drug Delivery is Allowing Doctors to Outsmart Cancer
Using new nanoparticle drug delivery and tiny, high-tech tools, doctors have been able to better treat cancer. Nanoscale-sized particles full of different drug options can be sent into the patient&#...
4 w ago
This Emergency Vehicle Alert System Hijacks Car Radios in Sweden
This emergency vehicle alert system allows ambulances to hijack car radios to better notify drivers. Designed by three KTH Royal Institute of Technology students in Sweden, the EVAM System...
4 w ago
Slum Beacon Projects
Beacons are Helping Mumbai Slums Compete in Retail and Manufacturing
Beacon technology has been used repeatedly in the retail space to better engage with smartphone-carrying technology, and now it is being used in the Mumbai slums. This Google-backed beacons project...
9 w ago
The Challenges of Burgeoning Democracies
Philippa Neave's Democracy Talk is About Language
Citizens of industrialized Western nations tend to think of the basic tenets of the political system as self-evident, but Philippa Neave’s democracy talk shows that this is far from the case....
15 w ago
Paralysis-Mending Neural Implants
The EPFL's Brain-Spine Interface Has Let Primates Walk Again
Researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, or EPFL, have created a brain-spine interface that has successfully alleviated paralysis in primates. The system consists of a brain...
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