Spanish design students whip up super cheap, edible blobs in the kitchen that they think could be viable no-waste alternatives to water bottles. Continue reading →
A new solar panel material not only absorbs light, but also emits it when electricity passes through it. Continue reading →
Canadian mechanical engineers construct flexible, strong armor from glass that mimics protective animal shells. Continue reading →
The Sol-char toilet incinerates waste at 600 degrees Fahrenheit, turning it into a useful and sanitary byproduct for agriculture and soil amendment. Continue reading →
Radical shifts in shoe design are just around the corner.
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A disposable, lightweight, flexible sensor embedded in a diaper could help prevent diaper rash.
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