A joint research group from Linköping University and Tel Aviv University has used organic inks to develop a retinal prosthesis that might give back sight to people affected by certain types of blindness.
Cadel Deinking, a Spanish start-up, invented a new technology to deink various plastics before they are recycled. The innovative method can be applied to all plastic materials and is completely free of solvents and other hazardous chemicals.
The city of Aizuwakamatsu is home to Japan’s first smart bus stop. Developed by E Ink and Papercast, ePaper technology provides the content flexibility of displays paired with the energy consumption of regular paper.
With the global market for label printing growing continuously, new demands for manufacturers come up. Newest studies have shown that there are five key technologies helping them to be ready for the future.
Contrary to most consumers these days who seek instant gratification, luxury brands aim to increase their sense of anticipation. Three main aspects decide whether this and a strong brand association can be achieved.
Oxygene is Goodyear’s latest innovation. The futuristic wheel based on an organic 3D-printed structure, features a high-tech AI system with a light speed communications system and is able to clean air while on the road.
Tetra Pak published their annual Consumer Generations Whitepaper, according to which seniors are a highly underrated target group that is far too often forgotten when it comes to packaging design. Fitting their needs, however, can easily be managed when five factors are considered.
Cell-based biosensors are ideal tools to provide information on how medical substances for example can affect different types of cells. For a long time they have been very expensive, but that is about to change.
A team of students from the Eindhoven University of Technology has designed a 3D-printed vehicle that demonstrates the potential of sustainable mobility. The concept car “Noah” was developed in collaboration with Oceanz.