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Connecticut Teen Develops Ground Breaking Test For Ebola

Meet Olivia Hallisey, a teenager from Connecticut who has created a revolutionary test for dreaded Ebola that may well turn the course of this deadly contagion that has taken so many lives.

Gi FlyBike: First E-Bike To Fold In One Second

Gi FlyBike has just been developed by a team of inventors in New York City, NY. It’s an electric, smart, maintenance-free, folding bicycle with .26” wheels. The invention scripts a new chapter in urban commuting, especially in big cities. So, when are you getting one?

'World's Smallest' Rechargeable LED Flashlight Clips On For Hands-Free Use

LED lights have become the preferred method of illumination for a myriad of products, but especially flashlights and small, clip-on reading lamps. Now, somebody has combined the two into one handy clip-on flashlight featuring the power of LED that's also rechargeable.

Hydro Flask's Vacuum Insulated Technology Keeps Your Hots Hot and Your Colds Cold

Thermoses have been using vacuum insulated technology since the 1890s to keep your beverages the temperature at which they're meant to be consumed. However, as with anything, someone will eventually do it better, and Hydro Flask is the "do it better" product of the thermos world.

English Health Care Company Develops Visionary Sleep Mask for Diabetics

Read all about the innovative diabetic sleep mask created by PolyPhotonix known as Noctura 400 that has had a major impact on the lives of diabetics everywhere.

'Mother Dirt' Product Does Away With The Need For Showering, But Would You Want To?

If you could go years on end without showering, would you want to? Well, that option is here. A new product called "Mother Dirt" has come out that purportedly eliminates the need for showering — for years!

Jumbo Shrimp Neck Pillow Is Creepy & Comfy

This boiled jumbo shrimp neck pillow from Japan makes the perfect holiday gift for that tough-to-buy-for seafood lover but you'll be tempted to keep it for yourself: it's a unique couch cushion that'll also freak out your cat.

XYN Bike Was Inspired By The Wings Of A Butterfly

XYN Bike is certainly a unique design. This conceptual electric bike, designed by Ishaan Bharat, borrows its shape and soft flowing lines from the butterfly. Not only is it nice to look at, it is solar powered and environmentally friendly.

Repellent Paint Splashes 'Pee' Back At Drunken Urinators

City leaders in San Francisco have found a way to combat public urination with a new repellent-type paint that makes public pee-ers think twice. The innovative product has seen success around the world at curbing a very real problem with funny, if not disgusting, results.

LEO Helps You Optimize Your Workout And Reduce Injury Risk

What do you look for in a fitness tracker? All of the basics--step counting, sleep monitoring, heart rate tracking, etc? What if your fitness tracker could monitor lactic acid build up, tell you when you're not pushing yourself and help to prevent injury? The LEO Fitness Tracker can do all of these things and more.

Let's Talk Turkey: 10 Awesome Gadgets To Make Holiday Cooking Easier

Cooking for the holidays? Most home chefs are so pooped by the time they get to the dinner table, that it's hard for them to enjoy the fruits of their labor. Whether you're cooking turkey or a ham or roast for holliday meals, there are some new gadgets that can make your work easier and your dinner yummier.

Invention Of The Week? Lucid Is A Consumer 3D VR Camera

There is a new camera that just hit the market and it lets you share exactly how you see the world with others. LucidCam captures 3D, 180° footage in full HD, and its team of inventors from Berkeley, California claim that it is the world’s first camera of its kind. So, what experiences are you going to share?

G.U.M. Play from Sunstar Turns Toothbrushes Into Interactive Smart Devices

G.U.M. Play from Japan's Sunstar Inc lets users listen to news and play games while they brush their teeth. The thimble-shaped gadget snaps onto the end of your toothbrush, instantly adding smart device functionality to your smart oral hygiene routine.

Innovative Bio-Skin: Will Clothes One Day Self-Ventilate?

Learn more about MIT researcher, Lining Yao, who has created along with her highly skilled team a bio-skin that reacts to sweat and might suggest a future of self-ventiliating clothes.

Inventors of Santa's Elf Factory Kick Season Off With Halloween Vikings

Special Events is a creative and gratifying endeavor for any event planner, particularly when you’re supporting a charitable cause. JC Fun Raisers — now in its third year — is headed up by Jersey City, New Jersey residents Michele Nicholson and Roseanna Petruzzelli. As a holiday activity planned for children of all ages, this annual event will once again partner with ‘KFM Making A Difference,’ a local charity dedicated to autism advocacy.

New Paint Kills infection-Causing Bacteria and Saves Lives

Read on to learn more about Paint Shield, a new and exciting anti-bacterial paint from Sherwin-Williams that may greatly reduce the number of hospital related infections.

Burnie Is A Portable Self-Burning Camping Grill

When you're camping, simple tasks, like bathing and cooking, are harder since you don't have amenities like a shower and traditional kitchen equipment. Burnie Self-Burning Grill makes cooking easier and more convenient. It is a small, portable grill that burns itself for fuel.

Montanara Volta Is The World's Lightest Electric Bike

Electric bikes are becoming more and more popular, and as they are, the technology that goes into their making is improving. The motors are getting more powerful and smaller. The bikes are being fitted with more "smart" features. They are also getting lighter, and the lightest of them all is the Montanara Volta.

Japanese Scientists Create Nearly Unbreakable Glass For Commercial Use

A group of scientists at the University of Tokyo's Institute of Industrial Science in Japan believes they have discovered a way to make glass nearly indestructible.

Will Gest Kill The Keyboard And Mouse?

If a keyboard and mouse doesn’t make sense for you anymore, well then it’s time for you to get your hands dirty… well, sort of.  A team of inventors in Austin, Texas, have developed a wearable device that lets you control your computer or mobile device with your very own hands. The device is called Gest. So, what inspired the inventor to create Gest?