How can simple colour coding change the future of surgery?
Humans Invent look at IGZO and find out just how it’s changing display technology for the better.
A concept bus using innovative LCD display technology showcases how we might digest adverts on the move in the future.
Humans Invent investigate another DIY kit that is helping children play their own drawings.
An exploration into how technology is helping make sure you buy the right size online.
David Walsh joins the podcast team for a very special edition talking Armstrong and Team Sky.
Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirrored Room’ is made up of 100s of LEDs, mirrors and water.
Humans Invent talks to design studio Dentaku about their accessible synthesiser.
Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe and Richard Moore are joined by Ellis Bacon to discuss the best in cycling journalism.
It’s #TappyXmas, find out how you could win an NFC enabled HiFi.
Sharp’s James Dimmock has been awarded a grant by the Royal Commission for his work on renewable energy.
Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe and Richard Moore are joined by Ian Cleverly in season review of 2013.
Humans Invent and Sharp explore what it means to be part of “Generation Cloud”.
We ask the experts if the future really is modular for our gadgets?
Humans Invent looks at the positive and negative effects of a world that is constantly online.
The new platform from JustGiving that helps people raise funds for local causes.
Our podcasters Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie talk the UCI and Jonathan Vaughters.