Cupris Health has developed communication software and smartphone-connected medical devices that enable the remote diagnosis and management of patient conditions.
Israeli start-up Kado, which has developed an innovative ultra-thin charging technology, has announced its first overseas cooperation agreement for the development of its products.
A 'quantum material' that mimics a shark's ability to detect the minute electric fields of small prey has been shown to perform well in ocean-like conditions.
Bare Conductive is a design and technology company producing an electrically conductive paint, capacitive sensor hardware and a range of kits.
Kokoon: the world's first sleep sensing headphones, comfortable enough to sleep in, without compromising acoustic quality.
Luke Skywalker’s bionic hand is a step closer to reality for amputees in this galaxy.
DNA origami revolutionized the field of nanotechnology, opening up possibilities of building tiny molecular devices or 'smart' programmable materials.
In research that could lead to better gas mask filters, scientists have been putting the X-ray spotlight on composite materials in respirators.
A robotic learning technology has been developed by UC Berkeley researchers that enables robots to imagine the future of their actions so they can figure out how to manipulate objects they have never encountered before.
Michael Sawh from Wareable takes a look through smart swimming goggles, the next product in the evolution of swimming wearables.