Tag Archives: ingenious
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.
Dave and Calvin Laituri have engineered the world’s first rechargeable ice cube.
Inventor Izhar Gafni has created a bicycle made from cardboard.
Humans Invent find out that there more than just machines behind McLaren’s supercars.
We meet Mike Brownlow, a Sharp inventor who has dedicated his life to innovation.
Humans Invent meets the artist who makes mechanical automata.
We investigate the inventor’s story behind the screen that can show two simultaneous images.
Humans Invent explores the cutting edge blood test technology that could help save lives.
This is a machine that can grow gadgets. This is Sharp’s super-cooled MBE machine.
We investigate he ToucHb, a device that can test for anemia without the need for blood tests.
Grow up are turning a car park in central London into a sustainable urban farm.
The easy-to-assemble concrete tent that can be used in humanitarian crises.
Humans Invent explores the next generation of 3D printing – 4D printing.
Humans Invent talks to the director of Many Worlds, a film that reacts to the audience’s emotions.
Humans Invent talks to the Science Museum’s inventor in residence, Mark Champkins.
Humans Invent explores the Digital Inclusion Innovation contest in search of the latest inventions for the disabled.
Cutting-edge laser headlight tech that can improve road safety and assist the future production of electric cars.
Humans Invent investigates harnessing new technology to make advertising a personal experience.