The concept Dora helmet indicates to the drivers around you what you’re doing on your bike--way more effectively than a silly hand signal.
Most of the world is covered by water, and that water gets hit by a lot of sunlight. What’s the best way to get at all that energy? Floating solar islands.
Sniffing out cancer’s chemical profile lets this device diagnose you with just the air that you’re breathing.
Boring old concrete is getting a makeover, as more and more innovations find ways to use the building material to do more.
Collecting large amounts of data about ourselves and our habits could be a boon to humanity. But how do we make sure it’s only used for good?
A team at MIT has been working for years on a device that would use sunlight to create hydrogen from water. They’re getting closer and closer to making it available.
The Smart Replicas project scans and prints old objects so that museum goers can interact with them without worrying about causing damage.
To make a world that can support all the people that live in it and use its resources, we need businesses to take a strong role in finding new ways to account for more than just the bottom line.
If your house is destroyed in a disaster, you don’t want to live in a tent. The Rapid Deployment Module can be assembled in 20 minutes with no tools and will last at least 10 years.