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China, leadership trends, transparent solar, food, artificial photosynthesis, 3D printing using human cells, skin sensors, bosonic matter and liquid metal.
What would Gross Ecosystem Product (GEP) do to economics (and your business model)?
What Are The Future Trends to Watch Out For in China? 6 Experts Explain
Gross Ecosystem Product (GEP), food, social reproduction and digital natives.
Six 2023 Leadership Trends That Will Reshape the C-Suite
Productivity, future back, data, ESG, customer intimacy and politics.
Transparent solar panels could soon turn windows into energy harvesters
If achieved, energy harvesting devices could be discreetly placed on top of windows, display screens, or even human skin — expanding the reach of the technology even further.
The age of disruptive products is over, Rabobank report says
Innovation right now — and for the immediate future — is likely to be smaller changes or improvements made to existing products.
Space Colonies: Artificial Photosynthesis May Be Key to Sustained Life Beyond Earth
Artificial photosynthesis devices could be used to produce hydrogen or carbon-based fuels (instead of sugars), opening up a greener way to produce the energy-rich chemicals we store and use in transport.
Heart chambers 3D printed from live human cells can beat for months
A new technique enables 3D printing of miniature heart chambers called ventricles that can beat on their own, and may one day help create whole hearts for transplantation
Wearable skin sensor detects internal inflammation
Researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind wearable skin sensor that can wirelessly and noninvasively detect the presence of C-reactive protein (CRP) in human sweat.
Physicists uncover a breakthrough material in bosonic matter
Researchers created a highly ordered crystal of bosonic particles called excitons, resulting in a new state of matter termed a “bosonic correlated insulator.”
Liquid metal could turn everyday things like paper into smart objects
Inspired by origami, a team of scientists have figured out a way to formulate liquid metal and apply it with a stamp so it sticks to paper without an adhesive