Westfield VitrinesCeneic worked with Westfield and Hammersmith & Fulham Council on as series of vitrines at Westfield London the flagship Westfield centre in Shepherds Bush. The project showcases emerging technology including bionics, agri-tech, synthetic biology and material innovation.
Placing biological systems at the heart of their inspiration, Biohm combine ideologies of the circular economy and human-centred design with future-tech to create a step-change in building technologies, materials and manufacturing methods.
Bixels is a low cost tool for STEAM education. It uses a small microcontroller along with LEDs to illuminate fluorescent proteins.
When combined with cell-free extract it is a great way to learn about molecular biology.
Chip[s] Board® is an eco friendly alternative to chipboard and MDF made using potato waste. Unlike its resin based counter- parts, Chip[s] Board® is biode- gradable post-use and doesn’t contain added formaldehyde or other toxic resins and chemicals.
Olombria encourage flies to be more efficient pollinators, in scenarios where bees are no longer as viable. Flies are already adept pollinators, being the main pollinators in urban environments, and in total, accounting for over 30% of all pollination.
Current upper limb prostheses exist as hooks, grippers, or expensive bionic hands. Open Bionics are on a mission to make beautiful bionic limbs more accessible.They’ve started by introducing the Hero Arm, a stylish multi-grip bionic hand.
The research behind the Phylogenetic Atelier project showcases the process and findings of the The Great Passenger Pigeon Comeback project – the template project from Revive and Restore that offers a blueprint for most of the de-extinction aspirations.
Ceneic worked with Westfield and Hammersmith & Fulham Council on as series of vitrines at Westfield London the flagship Westfield centre in Shepherds Bush.