ABC Syringe is the winner of the World Design Impact Prize 2013–2014, aiming to improve health in the developing world.
Yves Behar and his team at Fuseproject have created Kernel of Life – a healthcare concept for the developing world.
A Portuguese designer has created a product using bees’ acute sense of smell to detect disease in human breath.
‘Think Outside’ is a upcoming talk series at the State Library of Queensland, which will challenge designers to think outside of the box.
A Royal College of Art graduate, Gabriele Meldaikyte, has designed a home first-aid kit for one-handed use.
Child ViSion glasses has won the inaugural Visitor Vote for the Design Museum’s Designs of the Year 2013.
An installation in Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD is turning heads.
Students from London’s Royal College of Art have designed Eidos – experimental facial masks that give users superhuman sight and hearing.
A University of California engineer is pioneering a novel manufacturing technique to fabricate miniature medical devices.
Chair4Life is an innovative modular wheelchair that grows with the child, promoting independence for disabled children and young adults.