science
OUR READING LIST
Child-friendly LSD, Concorde 2.0, and digital beauty
Q&A / DESIGN
”We believe it should be a hygiene factor for any company to know your impact and to own your impact”
SANNA FEHRMAN
On collaborating with researchers on a tool to identify — and cut — emissions
Design
The secret behind the sudden boom for weighted products
Innovation
New innovation makes the super material graphene from biomass
Q&A / TEXTILE SCIENCE
”Seaweed, manure, and straw will be developed for cellulosic textile fibres”
ANNE-CHARLOTTE HANNING
On the new EU-funded project making fibres of novel waste streams
Q&A / Beauty & Science
”Massive DNA sequencing studies have expanded our insights of the ecological and functional characteristics of the microbiome”
ANN’LAURE DEMESSANT
On the latest research on how good and bad bacteria affect our skin
PODCAST
Niclas Olsson (BrainLit) on simulating daylight with Biocentric lighting
Beauty
Science-based Beauté Pacifique uses Nordic superfruits for innovative serum
SCANDINAVIAN MIND X BRAINLIT
”We bring the natural light indoors, and ­trigger the hormonal effects.”
NICLAS M OLSSON
CEO of Brainlit, on the benefits of daylight
Science
Unique features of quinoa starch helped scientists create successful beauty tech business
Technology
New electronic skin can react to pain like human skin
Essay / Business
”To be really innovative you must encourage the pursuit of imperfection”
ROLAND-PHILIPPE KRETZSCHMAR
On beating machines by being more human
Design
Jan Klingler’s Bacteria lamp is a crossover between science, art, and industrial design