The story of how LEDs could change the way we access the internet.
We talk to the engineer at Sharp Laboratories of Europe working on a carbon-neutral heating system for the home.
A unique performance in which the audience’s emotions direct the narrative.
Humans Invent speaks to a Northern Lights aficionado to learn more about this spectacular natural phenomenon.
Watch the live feed of the Northern Lights on Humans Invent.
Ultraviolet lasers are being designed to purify drinking water and detect pollution.
Humans Invents looks at the nano-doctor that dissolve in our bodies.
Could ocean energy turbines be the solution to the world’s energy crisis?
We look at a smart patch that will dispense your medication and monitor your health.
Cloud School is changing the way children in the developing world can learn, but can it have a widespread global impact?
We look at the way robots will interact with humans in the future.
Humans Invent looks at the development of the microwave since its beginnings in the 1940s.
The podcast team analyse the action from Milan-San Remo and talk to Garmin-Sharp’s director Geert Van Bondt.
Humans Invent investigates the latest advance in augmented reality: digital taste.
We find out what makes Sharp’s Cloud Portal Office so comprehensibly secure.
With the spring Classics almost upon us the podcast team discusses Tirrenco-Adriatico.