Paolo Bacigalupi:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Paolo Bacigalupi (b. 1972) is an American science fiction writer. He has won the Hugo, Nebula,[2] Compton Crook, Theodore Sturgeon, and Michael L. Printz awards, and was nominated for the National Book Award.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

A simple device that filters water perfectly for reuse.

The Water Knife (2015)

Face Recognition Sunglasses
Sunglasses that connect with a remote database to perform face recognition.

The Water Knife (2015)

Hyper-Developed Mulies
Bioengineered animals that optimally transform vegetable matter into usable mechanical energy.

The Calorie Man (2005)

A movable bathroom for hire; cost is offset by reclamation.

The Water Knife (2015)

Kink-Spring - reusable energy source
A device that stores energy with near-perfect efficiency.

The Calorie Man (2005)

An engineered mastodon, used to convert vegetable matter into energy.

The Calorie Man (2005)

Public Urine Collection
Arcologies offer public latrines, then collect for reclamation.

The Water Knife (2015)

Sterile Seeds
Seeds that are bioengineered to grow, but not to produce fertile seeds.

The Calorie Man (2005)

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