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Discover the five Global Trends that are the main areas of concern researched by our community of graduates from across the world by exploring the 100 projects that are, in essence, alternatives and remedies to issues affecting communities globally

Effects of Replacing Cement by Date Palm Trees Wastes on Concrete Performance

Effects of Replacing Cement by Date Palm Trees Wastes on Concrete Performance

Concrete

University of Buraimi

Using Palm leaves fibres and ash to reduce cement content in concrete

ELA

ELA

Health and Well-being

Middle East Technical University

A discreet, wearable device to support nursing mother in preventing breast engorgement

Smart Futuristic Pipe Joints

Smart Futuristic Pipe Joints

Water and Sanitation

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

A system of sensors and brackets to detect and remedy leakages in urban water networks

Judhur

Judhur

Work and Economic Growth

Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation (DIDI)

A new system to process date farming byproducts into a range of upcycled materials

Mossy

Mossy

Water and Sanitation

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design (Madrid)

Bringing moss to city environments to monitor pollution and clean air in a natural way at the same time

Herd

Herd

Education

The Savannah College of Art and Design

A toy and set of educational tools to help hard of hearing children develop their communication skills

Long Limbs Prosthetics

Long Limbs Prosthetics

Health and Well-being

Zurich University of the Arts

A modular prosthetic system for amputees in crisis areas

Up-cycling Vending Machine (UVM)

Up-cycling Vending Machine (UVM)

Cities and Communities

Singapore University of Technology and Design

An urban collection and upcycling machine to turn plastic bags into rope

SEEDCUP

SEEDCUP

Biomaterials

University of Applied Sciences (FH) Joanneum

Recycled coffee cups made from coffee grounds to reduce the use of paper and plastic

Phases

Phases

Health and Well-being

National University of Singapore

A device for women that uses the pH of saliva to monitor reproductive health stages

Ease Smart Inhaler

Ease Smart Inhaler

Health and Well-being

Tongji University

A smart inhaler to help patients better manage chronic respiratory diseases


Living with illness and disability

New healthcare solutions tailored to those with debilitating conditions

Changes in health patterns and lifestyle see millions of people globally suffer from chronic conditions or disabilities. These solutions use technology that can result in longer and better lives, from better chemotherapy experiences to modular prosthetic systems for amputees

Coping in a complex world

Supporting mental health in challenging online and offline environments

Our emotional resilience is constantly challenged, particularly for children and vulnerable people. Find out more about this year’s innovations, from new educational games to a system to control private data, and how they support our experience in the real and digital world.

Saving and protecting vulnerable lives

Making technology smarter to create a safer world

Adverse living and working conditions remain a constant risk to lives across the planet. Explore how graduates are enhancing existing technologies and creating new solutions to prevent accidents and mitigate the consequences of emergency situations.

Cleaning a waste-filled planet

Reimagining waste and materials to contain our impact on the planet

Waste is responsible for a chain of health risks and severe biodiversity damage. Discover the work of graduates developing environmentally responsible solutions, from ecological packaging to a tyre rubber collecting system and protective suits for waste handlers.

Sustaining the urban experience

Transforming our cities into greener and more resilient communities

The unprecedented growth of cities is resulting in new social pressures that have a real impact on our quality of life. Learn more about projects that will change our life in thy city, from a smart tracker for energy consumption to using salt to build new architectural structures.