‘NOVUS’ – premium lightweight E-Motorbike

NOVUS is a handcrafted-limited series full carbon fiber Motorbike. NOVUS is more than a Motorcycle. It is a piece of Art on Wheels Specially developed wheel hub motor with its futuristic design, in combination with the powerful battery and the low vehicle mass, ensures a superior power-to-weight ratio. Our driving performance easily surpasses comparable 125cc machines. The unique frame is made out of one single piece. It is both a supporting skeleton and a design-defining outer ski...
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‘Advaligno’ – mechanical delimbing of live trees to produce high-grade wood, which really must be called revolutionary.

Advaligno PATAS, named after the fastest climbing monkeys, is offering a solution which is designed to redefine timber stand management worldwide. The PATAS can be used for delimbing trees to achieve a much higher efficency and a strongly increased value of your forest. Or you use the PATAS as a small-sized harvester.  https://youtu.be/UVZcKwme1Zs The selection of the future crop trees must be completely rethought as soon as this machine is available!« With cost reductions of more than ...
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Edge Innovations – real size robotic dolphin. Real-time Animatronics Reimagining the marine park industry.

Edge Innovations specializes in the design, development, and production of complex, highly integrated technology-based systems. Working with many of the world’s top visionaries, including James Cameron, Steve Wynn, and Frank Gehry, the Edge team has delivered some of the world’s most innovative technical and artistic creations. Blending live puppeteering, programmed behavior, and artificial intelligence to create a unique guest experience. The goal of this initiative is to reimagine t...
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‘Govee’ – WiFi Temperature Humidity Monitor Wireless Digital Hygrometer Thermometer

Govee Wi-Fi Thermo-Hygrometer measures temperature and humidity. It's smaller & compact design, this space-saving device is lightweight and portable. And you can be placed in multiple locations. Monitors temperature and humidity in real-time on the app. 262ft connecting distance (no obstacles) allows you to quickly get data remotely from anywhere in your home.  Set preset temp and humidity ranges with the Govee Home App, and if levels fall out of that range, you'll receive a notif...
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‘MilkoMax’ – Automated Milking Robot

'Tie-Stall' AMS travels in the center aisle between back-to-back stalls and milks each cow one at a time. The robot repeats each step in a predictable and consistent manner, making it easy for cows to get used to the equipment and the process. This reduces the stress inherent to the milking process and results in increased milk production. Milking is done at set times, allowing flexible selection of milkings per day per cow (1, 2, 3 or 4). The AMS operates quietly in the barn so as to k...
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‘Jacto’ Intelligent Farming Machinery that help farmers with large scale farming

'Jacto' serve farmers by providing the best mechanization technology, information and services to enable them with largescale farming. Uniport Planter 500 - Automated Planting precision The technology of the pneumatic system (vacuum) in conjunction with the Precision Planting vSet2TM seed doser, allows an excellent singulation and CV (coefficient of variation), resulting in planting in the correct quantity and in the correct spacing with positive impacts on productivity. Uniform d...
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‘SOLshare’ – Community based solar power grid that is decentralized to meet energy supply needs for remote locations.

Pioneer of Renewable Energy-based Peer-to-Peer Trading Platforms SOLshare has successfully piloted the world’s first ICT-enabled peer-to-peer electricity trading network for rural households with and without solar home systems in Shariatpur, Bangladesh. SOLshare has created a revolutionary new approach to bring affordable solar electricity to everyone in Bangladesh and beyond. It believes that smart peer to peer grids can be the future for energy utilities globally. https://youtu.be/...
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‘IceWind’ – Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Solutions

IceWind is the premier manufacturer of compact vertical axis wind turbines for residential and commercial use. Utilizing durable materials for extremely long lifespans without maintenance and a combination of blades to provide low start-up speeds, lift, and constant power generation, IceWind’s turbines serve as a reliable renewable power solution in any environment. Innovative blade design – Features two sets of blades (one inner and one outer), providing low start-up speeds, lift for gr...
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‘Anthenea’ – Solar-powered ‘floating eco friendly suite’ for tomorrow’s habitat

'Anthenea’ pod is a floating eco-hotel suite that runs only on solar power. the autonomous electric pod is designed for a new kind of tourism that addresses the many environmental challenges of our time, including: rising sea levels, the effects of climate change, the overdensity of the seaboard, and places congested by tourism. Half-boat, half-futuristic pod, the Anthenea is a bold take on sea-bound tourism. While we’ve already seen everything from an underwater Maldives hotel to an ele...
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Soap Mate’s ‘Soap Sheet’ for on the go

Portable Paper Soap For Travel, Work, Kids, Outdoor, Camping. From Plant-Based Ingredients. Compact, Convenient & Easy To Use.  1. Take out soap sheet 2. Small amount of water wet the soap sheet 3. Gently rub your hands to produce foam 4. Wash your hands with water. The sheets are made by painting liquid soap onto water soluble paper, then dried and cut into small pieces. The sheets are supposed to be a light, non-liquid soap solution. Then when the sheets get wet, the paper disso...
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Kobi – self-driving lawn mower

Mean Green Mowers has partnered with Kobi Company to develop an autonomous commercial electric mower. Dubbed the ATOM, it is a 74-inch autonomous commercial mower that uses artificial intelligence to find its way around. The self-driving technology of The Kobi Company installed on a device of Mean Green Mowers. Highly accurate, efficient and robust to solve the labor issue in the industry. Mean Green Mowers unveiled its new product, in partnership with the robotics company Kobi to ...
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‘Crunch Cutlery’ edible spoon

Crunch Cutlery is a startup in Singapore that makes edible spoons. Cutleries made with flax, chia and whole wheat, to give you a boost of Omega 3, Vitamin B3, Lignans and Fiber with every bite. These are biscuits that last for years and used in wartimes and by sailors who are at sea for years.For the best tasting experience, you may keep the spoons chilled in the fridge but are encouraged to consume within 3 weeks upon receiving them. You may want to use these edible spoons when eatin...
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‘Freeze Drying’ for food preservation for up to 25 years without preservatives or the need for refrigeration.

Freeze drying, also known as lyophilisation or cryodesiccation, is a low temperature dehydration process that involves freezing the product, lowering pressure, then removing the ice by sublimation. This is in contrast to dehydration by most conventional methods that evaporate water using heat. Freeze drying used for food preservation Freeze-drying is a special form of drying that removes all moisture and tends to have less of an effect on a food's taste than normal dehydration does. In fr...
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TerraPower – advanced nuclear reactors that will provide carbon-free energy

TerraPower is a nuclear reactor design company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, United States. TerraPower’s innovators are inspired to create technologies to provide safe, affordable and abundant carbon-free energy. They devise ways to use heat and steam to drive economic growth while decarbonizing industry. And they develop processes to extract radioisotopes for medical use in lifesaving cancer treatments. Their team combines unparalleled technical and engineering expertise, ex...
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‘Seabin’ – rubbish bins for ocean that collects trash.

An innovative ocean-cleaning technology known as the Seabin, it collects trash floating in ports and marinas — and simultaneously collects data on the state of global waterways, guiding efforts to clean the oceans. The Seabin V5 moves up and down with the range of the tide collecting all marine debris. Water is sucked in from the surface with a submersible water pump capable of displacing 25.000 LPH (litres per hour), and passes through a catch bag inside the Seabin V5. The unit is plugg...
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‘StixFresh’ – Sticker that can increase the shelf life of fruits by 14 days.

StixFresh has come up with a way to extend the freshness of fruit naturally with a sticker. The company claims the stickers can extend the shelf life of fruits for up to two weeks longer. An all-natural compound contained on the sticker creates a protective layer around the fruit. STIXFRESH IS SIMPLE Easily peel and place StixFresh stickers on apples, pears, avocados, dragon fruits, kiwis, mangos, oranges and other citrus fruits to help keep them firm, sweet and juicy. StixFres...
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‘ECF Farm Systems’ – Urban farming technology & turnkey solution.

ECF is the designer of farms that produce healthy vegetables and fish. ECF works throughout the business development lifecycle of the project – from the idea to the turnkey system. ECF produces high-quality food cost-effectively while conserving resources. It is a B2B play, i.e. that of urban-farming for B2B providing large-scale, competitively-priced, locally-grown food with lower environmental footprint to professional customers. https://youtu.be/7Oeejpk9JOY The ECF Farm Berlin ...
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Plant consciousness & Biocommunication

Research is being conducted to understand Plant consciousness & Biocommunication. Research still is in progress, but some suggest - Plants may not have feelings but they are indeed alive and have been described as sentient life forms that have “tropic” and “nastic” responses to stimuli.  Plants can sense water, light, and gravity — they can even defend themselves and send signals to other plants to warn that danger is here, or near. ...
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Xampla – Natural alternative to single use plastic

Xampla has created the world’s first plant protein material for commercial use. Next generation material performs like synthetic polymers, but decomposes naturally and fully, without harming the environment. Most natural alternatives to plastic require chemical additions and are based on plant polysaccharides.  Xampla engineers the next generation of bio-based material, made entirely from plant protein, enabling companies to produce end-products that meet changing consumer and regula...
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Modification of plant hormone levels and signaling as a tool in plant biotechnology.

Plant hormones are signal molecules produced within the plant, and occur in extremely low concentrations. There are five general classes of hormones: auxins, cytokinins, gibberellins, ethylene Plant hormones are signal molecules, present in trace quantities, that act as major regulators of plant growth and development. They are involved in a wide range of processes such as elongation, flowering, root formation and vascular differentiation. For many years, agriculturists have applied hormon...
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AHA, one of Iceland’s largest eCommerce companies, partnered with Flytrex to expand its’ delivery bandwidth and find new, efficient ways to deliver goods to customers around the city of Reykjavik.

Drone delivery company Flytrex  partnered with AHA, Iceland's largest online marketplace, to provide delivery by drone in Reykjavik.The partnership creates the world's "first operational on-demand urban drone delivery service. https://youtu.be/lwmgAd2TTIY " Using drones, Reykjavik's food and consumer goods delivery industry will reduce costs by increasing efficiency, reducing energy consumption and streamlining delivery logistics. The Icelandic Transport Authority approved the companies...
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Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is working to build Cool pavement to help keep cities cool

  Cool pavements can help keep cities cool, right? Yes, but according to new research from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), many reflective pavements have some unexpected drawbacks relative to conventional pavements when considering the entire life cycle of the materials. Scientists in Berkeley Lab’s Heat Island Group, in collaboration with the UC Pavement Research Center (UCPRC), the University of Southern California (USC), and thinkste...
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Dwarf Grass That Does Not Require Mowing

Grass That Does Not Require Mowing Plant a no-mow lawn and free up more time for yourself. With feeding, watering and mowing, taking care of your lawn can be a time-intensive commitment. If you are tired of that, or simply want to create a more natural-looking lawn, grass varieties that do not require mowing offer a practical solution. No-mow grasses work because they either grow very slowly during the mowing season or they reach a maximum height that doesn't require mowi...
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Lygos is a Berkeley Lab Technologies startup that engineers microbes to convert sugars into high-value, industrial chemicals, targeting compounds where biological production is cost-advantaged over petrochemical production.

Lygos is providing biotechnology solutions for today’s renewable chemical challenges. Lygos engineers microbes to convert sugars into high-value, industrial chemicals, targeting compounds where biological production is cost-advantaged over petrochemical production. Lygos' technology goes beyond engineering microbes and includes fermentation and purification development. Our goal is to manufacture and sell chemicals. This work has been supported, in part, by over $6.5MM in grants from the U.S....
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Dyaqua has invented “Invisible Solar” photovoltaic panel that are incorporated in current roof tiles

Invisible Solar Dyaqua has invented "Invisible Solar" photovoltaic panel that are incorporated in current roof tiles. Invisible Solar is a new PV technology able to take on the appearance of any building material. Each Invisible Solar module is not only a photovoltaic panel, but an active architectural element with various functionality. A single and indivisible body, with the highest resistance, hides and protects the photovoltaic cells inside itself. Operatin...
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Boston University professor found glassfrogs show surprising diversity of parental strategies

As far as housing goes, an egg is a pretty good place for a frog embryo. It offers physical protection and it keeps its inhabitant from drying out. But like many homes with great curb appeal, eggs aren’t always the ideal dwelling. For some frog eggs, being packed in a gelatinous mass, or “clutch,” can limit the supply of oxygen. Eggs can be swept away by floods or killed by fungal pathogens, and they make a nice lunch for predators like snakes and wasps. Faced with such peril, it might seem t...
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NASA high-temp materials for spacecraft may help save firefighters

NASA research into flexible, high-temperature space materials may some day improve personal fire shelter systems and help wildland firefighters better survive dangerous wildfires. NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, is working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Forest Service to see if flexible thermal protection system technology being developed for space entry vehicles could also work to protect firefighters caught in a raging forest fire. The material the NASA re...
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Indoor large scale food farming is a growing global trend

Mirai, Inc. has completed an indoor farm at Miyagi Fukko (Reconstruction) Park located in Tagajo, Miyagi Prefecture, as part of a program subsidized by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). One of the world’s largest plant factories using LED lighting throughout, the facility can produce a daily harvest of approximately 10,000 heads of lettuce. The indoor farm was created through the renovation of an existing building that was previously an electronic device factory at Sony Send...
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Stanford and Oxford University researchers have created novel flexible solar cells from crystalline perovskite that could outperform existing silicon cells and allow it to be printed

A perovskite solar cell is a type of solar cell which includes a perovskite structured compound, most commonly a hybrid organic-inorganic lead or tin halide-based material, as the light-harvesting active layer. Perovskite materials such as methylammonium lead halides are cheap to produce and simple to manufacture. Perovskite solar cells have shown potential both in the rapid efficiency improvement (from 2.2% in 2006 to the latest record 20.1% in 2014) and in cheap material and manufacturing c...
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Stanford engineers create a low-cost battery made with urea

Stanford University researchers created an aluminum-ion battery that uses an electrolyte material made of urea, the main component of urine (after water). A battery made with urea, commonly found in fertilizers and mammal urine, could provide a low-cost way of storing energy produced through solar power or other forms of renewable energy for consumption during off hours. A battery developed in Stanford Professor Hongjie Dai’s lab could provide low-cost storage for solar energy. (Image credit...
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