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A New Way to Read the Road

Driving can be a relaxing and highly enjoyable pass-time. But when the conditions get bad, it can become stressful and dangerous. Eurovia, a company based in France, has designed a special kind of pavement that changes colors to help you identify risks and hopefully help reduce those dangers.

Bacteria Make a Meal Of Our Strongest Antibiotics

As soon as pharmacists develop an antibiotic, the bacteria it's aimed at begin developing resistance almost immediately. Now, a new study has shown an even more extreme comeback: some bacteria are literally eating our most potent antibiotics for breakfast.


Mini-House Addition Won't Upset Your Landlord

Designed by the German team at Convertible City, Rucksack House is a quick and easy way to expand your apartment size without the hassle of moving. This walk-in cube functions as an additional room, hanging from the façade of your current residence via steel cables anchored to the roof.

Beoing Tests The First Fuel Cell Aircraft

Boeing has been at the forefront of aeronautical design for a long time. So it comes as no suprise that they just tested the first ever fuel cell powered aircraft. Boeing says this is just the beginning.

Could You Hang a Coat on This Art?

Ever look at your closet and see all those empty coathangers hanging from the racks? David Mach, a sculpture and installation artist, creates gorgeous art from wire coathangers.


Manga Comic Explains The War On Terror in Anime Style

"Afuganisu-tan" is a Japanese manga (comic) that seeks to explain the sociopolitical situation in Afghanistan and The War On Terror in a very unique and unusual way - with cute anime characters representing the countries.

Better than Walking, More Exciting than a Segway

So let's say you want a personal transport device, but a Segway is a little too expensive for you. Are you doomed to talk everywhere until you can save up enough money? Thanks to Stephan Soder, the answer to that is "no."

10 Top Designer Shoes...For Your Stemware

Often dressed in satin or sheer lingerie, beaded jewelry, even hula skirts, wine bottles have been expressing themselves fashionably for several years now. Carrie and Company, tableware designer, has seen to it that stemware too can keep in step with the times, in fashionable shoes ... yes, for stemware feet.

Concept Computer Based on Tea Cup

Using a computer has become second nature to many in the course of their career, their interests, or just at home for personal use. What new technology could come along and rattle the cages of human/computer interaction and the way we display pictures and data? The tea cup concept PC goes a long way to doing just that.

Rubik's Cube Speed-Cubing Kit

Speed-cubing - the "sport" of solving Rubik's Cube as quickly as possible - just got a little easier (or at least, faster) with the introduction of the Speed Cubing Kit from MegaHouse.

Build a House Out of Newspapers and They Will Come

A house made from 60,000 newspapers was on display in Gillett Square, East London.

Design Your Own Dress

Ever dreamt of designing your own clothes, and wearing your creations?

Imagine This, a New York-based company has launched a product called Designer's Portfolio which shall help every girl realize her dreams of being a fashion designer.


Great Invention Idea? Bed Simultaneously Promotes and Repels Action!

Who among us doesn't like some action in bed? Naturally, we all do. But there's action, then there's ACTION. If you're more the "ACTION" type then United States patent 7,137,881 the Quantum Sleeper, is just the thing for you because it brings a sort of Sopranos' style edginess to the notion of a good night's sleep.

Knit One, Pearl Two - The Lampshade that Knits Itself

Nadine Sterk, the designer of this Sleeping Beauty lampshade, is a graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, currently displaying this piece as part of an alumni exhibit at the Design Huis. According to Stark, this is "a lamp that develops like a living organism," slowly growing its lampshade at the rate of three rotations per hour.

An East Coast School In Central China: The University Of Massachusetts Moves Into Asia

Are you a University of Massachusetts alumnus? A current student? You might not be alone in the world soon. The school is working out a deal to bring online classes to China.

Can A Sport Boat Be Eco-Friendly?

It can if you are talking about the new "Ao." The Ao is the brain-child of a Spanish Design Team known as "Ubica." They specifically engineered to boat to fast, luxurious and eco-friendly.

Sleeping With the Stars with Twilight Turtles

Imagine drifting off into dreamland with the constellations as your companion. Now this is possible for nurseries and the bedrooms of young children (and even adults), thanks to the Twilight Turtle, the newest creation by Cloud B.

Nightmare Playgrounds Equal Family Fun?

There is no question that kids love playgrounds – but unfortunately some adults have lost sight of what truly has “kid appeal”, as these terrifying playgrounds around the world prove!

Dislike Burial and Cremation? Try Resomation!

If you are planning on dying - and let's face it, we all are - you might be trying to answer the following question: Burial or cremation? Well, now there is a third option - resomation.

No More Needles (Again)? P.L.E.A.S.E. Delivers Medicine Without Needles

P.L.E.A.S.E. can deliver medication through your skin without the pain that comes with injections.