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ROAR For Good. Helping Women Feeling Safer with Athena.
Jump Bikes: The Electric Bike Sharing
May Mobility: Bringing Innovation on our Streets
WHAT3WORDS: YOUR LOCATION AROUND THE GLOBE IN 3 WORDS.
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MYBIT: THE FUTURE OF INVESTMENT IN BITS AND PIECES
Think Biosolution QuasaR. The future of wearable devices
Flight of the Drones: An Interview with Sabrewing Aircraft Company
Hold, the App that Could Help Students
Dermal Abyss – Where the future of health tech meets body art
The Global Thermostat can fight climate change. Interview with Graciela Chicilnisky
Equator Aircraft. The electric seaplane. Interview with Tomas Brødreskift
Woman Who Code : Inspiring Women into Technology
Ujet, the new sustainable way to move around
BYTON Smart Utility Vehicle. Interview with Carsten Breitfeld
Pavegen, paving the way to sustainability. Interview with Laurence Kemball-Cook
VerdeGo Aero VTOL: an interview with Eric Bartsch
Bitcoin World: What Next?
Ampaire electric planes: Interview with Kevin Noertker
Respecting women’s privacy and the planet: Lia pregnancy test
How a Solar Drone Can Solve Hunger
Impakter Review: ‘Betterhelp’ – Emerging Online Mental Health Counseling
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For the past few years, unmanned aerial vehicles (also known as UAVs or “drones”) have slowly but surely become part..
Until recently, the act of studying solely entailed sitting in a library and centering one’s full focus on the task..
The Dermal Abyss (d-abyss) is a project currently under development by Harvard Medical School researchers Ali Yetisen and Nan Jiang..
The Global Thermostat was founded in 2010 by Graciela Chichilnisky and Peter Eisenberger. Chichilnisky has been called an A List..
Norway is leading the way towards a more sustainable mobility. Already having the largest number per capita of plug-in electric..
Whether you are a young girl with a strong passion for computer science or an experienced woman, the tech industry..
One of the first necessary steps to achieve global sustainability is changing the way we move around and this could..