Following a successful study praising mushroom-made leather’s sustainability, a biotech materials startup from the Netherlands is now ready to produce the eco-material at a commercial scale, offering a vegan alternative to animal leather that looks, feels, even smells like cow leather.
Iceland is home to the largest plant that transforms carbon dioxide into rock using a technology that could become a highly useful tool in the world’s fight against climate change.
An impressive floating solar power plant will be built off the coast of the Indonesian island of Batam, the largest of its kind, providing clean energy and jobs to local citizens.
A Swedish company invented the world’s first green steel using an hydrogen-based energy source, thus offering a game-changing solution for an industry known to generate its fair share of carbon emission.
Hi Toilet, the world’s first hands-free toilet, has officially opened to the public in Tokyo, in a mission to make public restrooms cleaner, more enjoyable, and even entertaining!
A startup based in Nepal has set itself the goal of providing the country with electric motorcycles, thus helping the Himalayan nation to achieve its climate goals, clean up its toxic air, and reduce its imports of petrol.
The Orkney archipelagos located in the North of Scotland, United Kingdom, is now equipped with the world’s most powerful tidal-powered turbine, providing clean electricity to thousands of households.
An Hong Kong-based robotics firm has created a humanoid robot designed to assist medical professionals, and in times of pandemic, its invention could revolutionize the way patients are treated.
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, United States, developed an online search engine designed to predict how much tech innovations - from batteries to farming equipment to lasers - are expected to improve each year, paving the way for smart planning and investments.
Since 70% Sweden’s territory is covered with forests, it is only natural that the Scandinavian country opts for a material such as timber in its constructions to resolve its housing shortage problem in a sustainable way.