Mollii is the name of the invention that helps people affected by, among other things, Parkinson's or stroke to move better. The suit works by stimulating the body with electrical signals.
If a single material became superconducting and conducted electric current without resistance at room temperature, we could solve the world's energy problems. Recently, several breakthroughs have been made and the dream of frictionless electricity is now closer than ever.
Today's mobile masts will not be sufficient when 5G is taking over. Scientists at KTH in Sweden think they have a solution.
Online spending skyrocketed around the globe in 2020 — and no other company got a larger piece of that pie than Amazon. Ulrika Gerth takes a deep dive into how they can deliver so fast, and what benefits e-commerce gives us in general.
In the deep space food challenge, NASA is inviting you to change the food industry of space travel. The contests’ goal is to develop innovative food and systems that are good for us and the planet, at the same time as being suitable for longer space journeys.
Plastic or glass lenses in smartphone cameras are soon a thing of the past. They will soon be replaced by nanoelements, which save space and provide (even) better images
A new manufacturing concept is nano and micro-factories. Some of these factories are so small that they can fit in standard 40-foot shipping containers and can therefore be easily shipped to different parts of the world.