Medicine & TechnologyPhoneSoap, an electronics company manufacturing ultraviolet (UV) light sanitizers, has unveiled its new AirSoap air purifier and claims to capture and filter particles HEPA filters can't.
As more companies turn to human-centered design (HCD) when conceiving product ideas, the realization that we should prioritize users' needs over easing development and manufacturing processes is becoming increasingly apparent.
Traditional leather may soon be replaced with more ethically and environmentally friendly alternatives such as fungi. Aside from commercializing sustainable leather, scientists and designers are developing other fungi-based products.
The fashion industry has been looking at alternative natural fibers and algae for more sustainable clothing. Designers Roya Aghighi and Charlotte McCurdy have been using algae to create a biofabric capable of absorbing carbon.
The remote work or school environment can be challenging when you don't live alone. To help those working from home during the pandemic, Pia Living designed a small, lightweight soundproof room that can be easily assembled.
Elon Musk shares a product update on an implantable computer chip prototype by Neuralink. The chip is meant to record neurological activity, help those with disabilities, and telepathically use a Tesla.
Making sure you take steps to waterproof the home is so important, and this is a decision that is not only sensible, but will also save you a lot of money in the long run as well. You always need to be taking the right steps to look after your home, and this is something you should be looking to get right as much as possible. There are a lot of things that will help you to achieve this, and you should be looking at making this a reality.
With its beauty founded on subtle mathematical concepts, Origami offers patterns in creating efficient and flexible structures. Here are four examples of how the ancient art of folding papers have led to innovative applications in various fields of science:
A new study establishes virtual imaging trials as a guide for effectively assessing and optimizing computerized tomography (CT) and radiography analysis tools to be used against the global coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.