Invention Of The Week? Live On Mars In A 3D-Printed Bubble House

While robotic travelers have been studying Mars for over the last 40 years, NASA’s next plan of action is to send humans there to colonize the planet. Enter Sfero, which is a 3D-printed habitat that just might be used by NASA. Question is are you willing to make the 200 day trip to get to the Red Planet knowing you will never return to Earth again?

A-Bike Is The World's Smallest, Lightest Foldable Electric Bike

If you're an urban commuter, close your eyes and picture your ideal means of transportation. Odds are you've pictured something that isn't going to make you a sweaty mess, something convenient to stow away at work, something that won't have you honking in traffic or looking endlessly for a parking spot. Odds are you've pictured something like the A-Bike, the world's smallest, lightest foldable electric bike.

Female Researchers Discover Breast Cancer Risk Linked to Cattle Virus

Did you know that a recent California study revealed that women who are infected with the Bovine Leukosis Virus (BLV)  might face an increased risk of breast cancer? Read on for more about this breakthrough discovery and its far-reaching implications for women everywhere.

Get Ready To Do Battle In Your Tactical Chef Apron!

The kitchen can be a dangerous place.  As such, an individual needs the proper gear to survive the battlefield of flavor-town.  Before arming yourself, you need some protection.  Introducing the Tactical Chef Apron!

Save My Ink Preserves Your Tattooed Skin And Frames It After You Die

Want to leave a piece of yourself behind, literally?  Save My Ink/NAPSA is a non profit organization that preserves your tattooed skin, frames it, and passes it on to people you love after you pass away.

The Anti-Ogling 3-D Printed Top: Camera Foils Creeps Who Dare To Stare

Not the first 3-D printed interactive wearable, this garment stands heads above all others because of its complex ability to identify viewers and move exactly in line with their gaze. Read on to learn more about designer, Behnaz Farahi, and her "Caress of the Gaze" anti-ogling top.

Need A New Toaster? Get A Two-In-One Toaster Oven

Need a new toaster? This time around don't limit yourself with an ordinary conventional toaster. Get a toaster with an oven.

Tempescope Is Cool New Way To See Weather Info In Your Home

An inventor from Japan has developed a unique ambient weather display for your home.

Now all you need to do is just walk into your living room and check out a display in a clear box that reproduces weather conditions in real time.

So, when are you getting your Tempescope? 

Genetically Modified Micropigs Made To Fight Pests Might Make Fine Pets

Genetically modified micropigs? In MY local pet shop? It's more likely than you'd think thanks to a Chinese genomics institute whose GMO mini-porkers were originally designed to help researchers find cures for human diseases.

Petzi Treat Cam Treats You And Your Pets

For those of us that like to keep an eye on our pets when we're at work or out of town, pet cameras have been a godsend.  The only problem is that you can't always get your pet to come around the camera so you can see her.  Petzilla, a San Jose, California start-up, has created a superb solution to that problem - the Petzi Treat Cam.  If a great treat can't get your dog or cat to the camera, nothing can. Your treat?  You get to see her!

The First FDA-Approved 3D-Printed Drug: An Easy Pill To Swallow

Read on for more information about Aprecia Pharmaceuticals, the very first company to sell a 3-D printed, FDA-approved prescription pill. Known as Spritam, this drug could bring relief to more than 3 million adults and children in America who suffer from certain types of epileptic seizures.