Tag Archives: innovation
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.
Yayoi Kusama’s ‘Infinity Mirrored Room’ is made up of 100s of LEDs, mirrors and water.
Graeme Obree in conversation with cycling journalist and author Richard Moore.
Graeme Obree discusses the UCI, bike regulations and what it means for manufacturers.
Brian Cookson in conversation with Jack Thurston about his love for cycling and his quest to run the UCI.
Humans Invent looks at the rise of Christiania bikes around the world.
Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe are joined by Ciro Scognamiglio, cycling correspondent at Gazzetta dello Sport
Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe look over the madness on Stage 1 of the 2013 Tour de France.
Introducing the Humans Invent Tour de France podcast, with Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe.
Dave and Calvin Laituri have engineered the world’s first rechargeable ice cube.
We investigate the inventor’s story behind the screen that can show two simultaneous images.
We investigate he ToucHb, a device that can test for anemia without the need for blood tests.
Mark Champkins kicks off his monthly column on finding inspiration at the museum.
Humans Invent explores the next generation of 3D printing – 4D printing.
Humans Invent sit down with Team Garmin-Sharp’s Director of sports science Robby Ketchell.
Humans Invent explores the Digital Inclusion Innovation contest in search of the latest inventions for the disabled.
Humans Invent sits down with Team Garmin Sharp’s David Millar to investigate the influence of technology on cycling.