The GravityLight gets power from the slow lowering of a weight. All it takes is enough elbow grease to hoist the bag, and you can light a room with nothing but a bag of sand.
Getting important drugs to people living without electricity can be impossible: many vaccines need to stay below a certain temperature to be effective. But a company called Nanoly is working on a special polymer that will keep vaccines working no matter the heat.
The XTensionDesk is a new workstation designed to help curb our society’s slow march to sedentary destruction.
A group of tech companies is banding together not only to help lobby for their interests with the city government, but also to offer their expertise in hopes of making the city work better.
There are tens of millions of battery-assisted bikes on the road in China, but they barely exist here. What will it take to get people out of cars and onto these bikes that you don’t even have to really pedal so hard?
The online university UniversityNow is offering a way for working adults to get a college degree at literally no cost to its students.