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The lab-on-a-chip powered by a music box

The story of a music box that inspired a revolutionary chemistry device.

 
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Li-fi: Connect to the internet using LED light bulbs

The story of how LEDs could change the way we access the internet.

 
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One man’s quest to change the way we heat our homes

We talk to the engineer at Sharp Laboratories of Europe working on a carbon-neutral heating system for the home.

 
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Remixing the Bard: Using sensors to rewrite Shakespeare

A unique performance in which the audience’s emotions direct the narrative.

 
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The science behind the Northern Lights

Humans Invent speaks to a Northern Lights aficionado to learn more about this spectacular natural phenomenon.

 
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Experience the Northern Lights live feed

Watch the live feed of the Northern Lights on Humans Invent.

 
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Laser future: From Blu-ray to killing germs with light

Ultraviolet lasers are being designed to purify drinking water and detect pollution.

 
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The battery that dissolves in your body

Humans Invents looks at the nano-doctor that dissolve in our bodies.

 
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Ocean turbines: the Gulf stream could solve the energy crisis

Could ocean energy turbines be the solution to the world’s energy crisis?

 
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The patch that cuts out visits to the doctor

We look at a smart patch that will dispense your medication and monitor your health.

 
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Does Cloud school signal the end for teachers?

Cloud School is changing the way children in the developing world can learn, but can it have a widespread global impact?

 
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Could the robot become man’s best friend?

We look at the way robots will interact with humans in the future.

 
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Lupo: crowdsourcing your lost property

A new device that keeps your valuables safe.

 
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The microwave: invented by mistake

Humans Invent looks at the development of the microwave since its beginnings in the 1940s.

 
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Humans Invent Cycling Podcast: Spring has Sprung

The podcast team analyse the action from Milan-San Remo and talk to Garmin-Sharp’s director Geert Van Bondt.

 
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Virtual tasting with the electronic lollipop

Humans Invent investigates the latest advance in augmented reality: digital taste.

 
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Cloud Portal Office: As secure as Fort Knox

We find out what makes Sharp’s Cloud Portal Office so comprehensibly secure.

 
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