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Humans Invent spoke to Britain’s famous engineer about the opening of the RCA Dyson building.
The Latvian toolmakers putting two fingers up to modern manufacturing.
Humans Invent visits Sugru HQ to find out why this material could prove so revolutionary.
Suzanne Lee explains to Humans Invent how growing your own clothes is the future for fashion.
The 3D printing revolution continues, as the world’s first 3D printed jaw transplant is announced.
The hard-won battle scars: a master craftsman isn’t about fancy letters after your name…
Bacteria could be the answer in making the high-speed computers of the future.
Humans Invent investigates whether it’s best for businesses to store data in house or in a data centre.
The smartphone credit card reader has arrived. But is it the future for mobile payments?
Arvid Häusser is breaking down the coffee making process with his new design, called Seppl.
Humans Invent sits down with one of the pioneers of digital art, Lillian Schwartz.
Do you ever stop to think about the invisible data all around you?
The new extravagant contraption that unscrews and pours your wine.
Do we need more cuts? When your printer services are costing businesses thousands.
A unique craft so secret it cannot even be accurately explained by the craftsman.
Humans Invent looks inside one of London’s most exciting micro-breweries – The Kernel.
Did you know the idea for the camera phone was conceived in a maternity ward?
Time to put the champagne on ice. Supersonic travel could return in 2012.
The Brooklyn based chocolatiers who set sail in search of the finest cocoa beans.
Enter the world of SoulCraft’s Sean Walling – the custom steel bicycle frame maker.