3D-printed homes could become a much needed solution for India’s affordable housing problem since they can be done quicker, cheaper and more efficiently than traditional constructions.
Female-focused healthcare such as innovative fertility or period products has often been neglected, but investors are stepping in to boost startups focused on female technology - or "femtech" - in order to tackle health inequities and ensure women’s all-around well-being.
A startup based in Israel has developed a new and noninvasive technology to identify male chickens in order to separate them before they hatch, thus preventing billions of unnecessary annual deaths, and saving billions of dollars.
As the cases of corona are surging across India, health experts are testing the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines by drones to remote rural communities in an effort to contain the pandemic.
India's common heat waves are difficult to endure, but a local startup has developed modular roofing panels made from recycled materials designed to keep homes cooler, to prevent discomfort and even deaths.
A team of scientists in the United States have proven the efficacy of a groundbreaking device that helps paralyzed people communicate more easily after a quadriplegic man was able to “mind write” with astonishing accuracy.
The world's largest police organization has developed a user-friendly app to better identify and report stolen artworks as a means to combat art and artifact trafficking.
A company based in Seattle, United States, just released its latest farming robot that can effectively and autonomously identify and destroy weeds in fields without polluting the water and the soil.
A team of scientists from the University of California, United States, managed to create a plastic that self-destructs and is fully compostable, solving the prickly problem of plastic waste.
The United Nations teamed up with an artificial intelligence start-up to put technology at the service of peace between Yemen and Libya, using online input from the local population to better assess the situation and negotiate peace agreements in the two war-torn countries.