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Color-Changing Helmets Won’t Just Minimize Trauma, They’ll Detect It
20 august 2015
Color-changing polymer developed by University of Pennsylvania reveals head trauma, helping flag injuries that might have gone untreated
Scientists Teach Flesh-Eating Bacteria To Detect Cancer
15 april 2013
Engineered molecular 'superglue' from necrotizing fasciitis can be a new way to detect tumor cells circulating in the blood.
Camouflage Face Paint Protects Soldiers From Bomb Explosions [Video]
24 august 2012
Military cosmetic that shields the skin from extreme heat of over 1,000 degree Fahrenheit.
PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week
28 july 2012
From robots that can be controlled with your mind to a molecule that promises cavity-free teeth, we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.
Self-Healing Plastic Repairs Itself When Exposed To Light
29 march 2012
Researchers at the American Chemical Society introduced a material that mimics human blood cells.
What’s The Latest Clean Energy To Power Your iPod? You.
30 march 2011
Will portable electronics be powered by the human body? Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology think so.
Batteries Made From Viruses Could Be Woven Into Clothing
24 august 2010
Scientists are using a micro-organism to develop powered garments that would allow soldiers to carry less.
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
How Chatbots Can Personalize A Brand's Customer Experience
This Arcade-style Gym Makes Us Want To Exercise
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
The Internet Of Things Can Help You Find Your Green Thumb
Digital Nomads Are Embracing 'Pod' Living in this LA Co-Working Space
Platform Helps All Restaurants Source Better Local Food
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
Shell's Concept City Car Gets 107 MPG And Fits In Tight Spots