We talk to Sir Paul Smith about craft, cycling and his approach to design.
Artist Heidi Hinder is seeking new ways to exchange money through human interaction.
Geophysicist turned engineer, Russell Kappius, has created far more sophisticated bike hubs by employing 3D printing.
Could this be the most reliable way to connect to the internet anywhere in the world?
Humans Invent talks to the scientist who is building smart dust computers.
Team Garmin-Sharp’s Robby Ketchell explains the technology behind rider recovery at the Giro d’Italia.
Humans Invent investigates the race to win the Sikorsky prize for a human-powered helicopter.
Humans Invent speaks to Sharp’s Mike Brownlow about the future of flexible displays.
Cycling’s science guru gives Humans Invent the inside track during the Giro d’Italia.
The musical innovator who samples the crowd and processes it in real time during live shows.
The Science Museum’s inventor in residence, Mark Champkins, sheds light on the unexpected inventions of celebrities.
The maps that show people’s personal relationships with Manhattan.
Michael Prior-Jones talks us through his career, from Antarctica, via Oxford, to the Seychelles. All, in the name of science.
Graeme Obree takes Humans Invent through the science behind his super-efficient breathing technique.
US inventor, Mark Shaw, has created a coating that is completely liquid-repellant.
Using nano technology to get plants to grow all year round.
Dave and Calvin Laituri have engineered the world’s first rechargeable ice cube.