The device was “reverse-engineered” with the help of clinicians at UCLH and aims to reduce the need for ventilators and demand on intesive care units.
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The Easy Record Maker comes with blank discs for people to record their own musical creations, and has in-built speakers to play it back.
The at-home test would provide users with a clear indication about whether they had the disease, thereby hopefully reducing the strain on the NHS.
CoVent is the company’s response to the government’s call for manufacturers to help with the nationwide ventilator shortage.
The first prototype of CURA is being built in Milan – an epicentre for Italy’s COVID-19 outbreak – and should be ready within weeks.
Hat-trick design has created a colourful range of stamps for the 250th anniverary of the classical composer’s birth, as well as a record sleeve.
Led by its digital innovation arm, NHSX, the NHS has launched a competition to find and fund technology-led solutions which can “support the elderly, vulnerable and self-isolating during COVID-19”.
As Coronavirus disrupted working patterns so much last week we’re giving you a few more days to get your entries together.
Many of the products and systems that surround giving birth have remained unchanged for decades, so what is being done to help women today?
As hospitals face an influx of patients and a shortage of supplies, designers are offering solutions – though not without complications.
Experience design studio Bompas & Parr aims to develop “an aesthetic and functional approach to hand sanitising” by inviting creatives to redesign sanitiser pumps for its competition Fountain of Hygiene.
The collection includes shoes for toddlers, children and adults and has been designed in collaboration with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards, an advocacy group which supports
Economic repercussions of the global virus outbreak on companies are likely to be “severe”. Could “agile” supply chains be the answer?
The third in the Royal Bank of Scotland’s The People’s Money series has been revealed, featuring “surprising” nods to Scottish culture.
The illustrated book publishers, founded in 1942, has been given a new visual identity by Harry Pearce which features a new cartouche.
Aiming to “empower conversations”, the Lost Time Project has created a calendar that calls attention to the gender pay gap and the days that women “work for free”.
We speak to Design Council chief design officer Cat Drew about its Transforming Ageing programme which is looking to navigate the social and economic pressures of an ageing population.
Held in partnership with the Design Council, the Ministry of Building Innovation and Education, RIBA and BRE, the competition aims to find design-led housing solutions to the UK’s ageing population
The colour company, which famously picks a colour of the year, also announced “supporting digital solutions” for its design system.
Design studio Reggie London has created new branding for Oxsight, a technology company that creates glasses which aims to help those with sight loss.
A one-size-fits-all approach means that disabled people are not being consulted on the design of products they use. We speak to the people who are trying to change this.
Precious Plastic seeks to tackle a “global problem on a local level” by sharing blueprints for industrial plastic recycling machines.
Milan’s annual celebration of design focuses on innovation in the home, while also looking at global events and tackling sustainability.
MERó has created the visual identity and promotional material for a new BBC app which seeks to provide children with a space to “vocalise” their fears.