Never find yourself stranded with a dead smartphone with Plan V.
Professor Ramesh Raskar shows us the astonishing spectacle of light travelling in slow motion.
A hardware store in the US is testing out a robot that guides you around the store.
Scientists from Bristol University have created virtual 3D objects that can be felt using ultrasound.
Stanford engineers move closer to using light instead of wires inside computers.
Eco-innovator Dave Hakkens is offering €10,000 to develop his plastic recycling concept.
A simple, open-source method of recording pollution data in our cities.
From chip boards and tiny file sizes to Blu-Ray discs and HD screens, we look at the evolution of gaming graphics.
We find out why antibiotics are becoming increasingly ineffective.
We speak to a specialist at Sharp Laboratories of Europe about the increasing potential of solar energy.
Replace unhealthy habits like smoking with Thync’s neurosignaling technology.
We look at a new kind of computer game grounded in the philosophy of the Slow Movement.
We take a look at how education will change in the coming years.
For those of us that hate needles, the Nanopatch could be a less painful method of inoculation.
We take a look at AeroMobil 3.0, the most advanced flying car in the world.
We look at whether deep brain stimulation can increase brain efficiency and power.
From graphene to superhydrophobic sprays, we pick our top 5 world-changing materials.