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Femto-photography: a trillion frames per second

Professor Ramesh Raskar shows us the astonishing spectacle of light travelling in slow motion.

 
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The retail robot: your personal finder

A hardware store in the US is testing out a robot that guides you around the store.

 
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Haptic holograms: feeling virtual 3D objects

Scientists from Bristol University have created virtual 3D objects that can be felt using ultrasound.

 
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Nanophotonics: computers without wires

Stanford engineers move closer to using light instead of wires inside computers.

 
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Recycling plastic: do you have the solution?

Eco-innovator Dave Hakkens is offering €10,000 to develop his plastic recycling concept.

 
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AirCasting: Mapping pollution with crowdsourcing

A simple, open-source method of recording pollution data in our cities.

 
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From 4KB to 4K: the onward march of gaming graphics

From chip boards and tiny file sizes to Blu-Ray discs and HD screens, we look at the evolution of gaming graphics.

 
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How do we deal with the antibiotic crisis?

We find out why antibiotics are becoming increasingly ineffective.

 
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The future is bright: the ascent of solar power

We speak to a specialist at Sharp Laboratories of Europe about the increasing potential of solar energy.

 
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The mind-altering headset

Replace unhealthy habits like smoking with Thync’s neurosignaling technology.

 
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Slow Games: One move a day

We look at a new kind of computer game grounded in the philosophy of the Slow Movement.

 
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Is the future of education virtual?

We take a look at how education will change in the coming years.

 
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Nanopatch: vaccination without the needle

For those of us that hate needles, the Nanopatch could be a less painful method of inoculation.

 
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Escape the traffic with the flying car

We take a look at AeroMobil 3.0, the most advanced flying car in the world.

 
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Can electricity make our brains more powerful?

We look at whether deep brain stimulation can increase brain efficiency and power.

 
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5 materials that will change our world

From graphene to superhydrophobic sprays, we pick our top 5 world-changing materials.

 
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Fighting cancer with a smartphone

The electrical engineer who is taking on the fight against cancer with a simple early detection device.

 
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