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Buckypaper: A Future Material for Airplanes to TVs

Researchers from Florida State have taken a step toward making commercial-grade buckypaper - an ultra-strong, ultra-light material that could be used in a wide variety of applications. Ideally, buckypaper could be 500 times stronger than, but 10 times lighter than, the strongest steel we have today.

The Personal Gadget's Gadget: The Sanctuary

Here layeth the stuff you brought home tonight, an array of gadgets and personal carry-withs like wallet and keys. Do you lay them all on the kitchen counter? Or on your night stand? Or do you scatter them throughout your home?

The Insecta Takes Green To A Whole New Level

For the past few years, nature has been at the heart of many vehicle designs. Not just eco-friendly either, so many of the naturally occurring colors and smooth simple lines have made their way into the auto industry. A perfect example of this comes from Shao Yung Yeh, a design student who recently completed a project while working with Hartmut Ginnow-Merkert.

Bubble Wrap®: Useful For More Than Popping!

Your Bubble Wrap could be worth thousands. There's only one catch - you can't pop it.

Control Of Fatty Acids May Lead To Alzheimer's Treament

Scientists at the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease and the University of California may be on the trail of a new treatment of Alzheimer's Disease... a diet and drug to reduce fatty acids in the brain!

Perfect Design For A Portable Home Office: The Home Office Trike

For many, working at home means a laptop on the kitchen table. No desk, no drawers to keep our papers or computer peripherals... just a table and a laptop that needs to be cleared off for meal times. The Home Office Trike was made for work-at-homers who don't have an actual office. Check out what this portable work station affords....

NAIRIT Announces Top Ten Russian Engineering and Scientific Innovations

The National Association of Innovations and Development of Information Technologies (NAIRIT) held a recent contest, and more than 3,000 applications were received from scientists and engineers all over Russia. Read all about the ten best ideas.

Brainwave Controlled Technology Heading Our Way

NeuroSky, a California-based company, has developed a line of products that allow users to control hardware and software via brainwaves. The idea for these products stems from medical bio-sensor technology, which up until recently has been too costly for the mass consumer market.

TV Commercial: Now It's “YOURS & MINE” K-Y® JELLY !

The folks at "K-Y® Jelly" did it! They built a better mousetrap!

Stranger Than Sushi: The Buzz on Japanese Insect Foods

Insects have enjoyed a place at the Japanese dinner table for many centuries. Well, perhaps "enjoyed" is a word that could better be applied to those eating them - people!

Does Size Really Matter? 6 Ferris Wheels Tell The Story

There's a race on among the world's capital cities. The race is not for the world's cleanest city, or the city with the most oxygen, or even the most expensive city in the world. The race is getting hotter as cities all over the globe vie for the biggest one.


'Project Wanted Horse' Helps Man And Horse

This year, as a humanitarian effort, the National Black Farmers Association (NBFA) and the Aminal Welfare Institute (AWI) launched 'Project Wanted Horse," assuring that any horse rescued from slaughter or an abuse situation would be placed on one of 94,000 NBFA farms across the country. The 2008 Best Humane Business Innovation Award went to the NBFA for this commitment. What can you do?

Russian Scientists And a New Generation of Rocket Engines

Enterprise Energomash, the Russian Space Agency, has reported that the development of the rocket engine of a new generation, the RD-191, has been completed. Read on for some fascinating details.

Is Barack Obama Gaming The System?

In an unprecedented appeal for new voters from the Y-generation voting block, Barack Obama is forging new ground by tapping into an advertising medium that appeals to this demographic by advertising on video games.

Site Announcement - October 17, 2008

We are happy to annouce that a new writer will be joining our team.

Ron Callari is a Chief Marketing Officer for a Search Engine Marketing firm as well as a freelance writer for last 10 years. Ron will be writing about cutting edge, innovative societal trends.

Ron's published work has appeared in HospitalityNet, Hotel Sales & Marketing Association International, Alternet, Counterpunch, Sacramento News & Review, NewsMax, Albion Monitor, SCOOP and the World and I. He is the author of “Uncle Dubya’s Jihad Jamboree”, published in 2005, and the creator of kidd millennium’s editorial cartoons, www.kiddmillennium.com. You can check out his blog here .

Welcome Ron!

Russian Rocket Blasts Into Space With Two Americans Onboard

The International Space Station was the destination of a Soyuz spacecraft that left Kazakhstan last week with two Americans and one Russian cosmonaut on board. Read all about this exciting and innovative launch.

10 Webcams with a Soft Side

Most of us have one but never really take much notice to it until we need to use it. Web cams as we have come to know them are typically small, made up of metal or plastic and range in a number of shapes and sizes but they do share a commonality --


Go Green With Your Ski Jacket

It’s the time that everyone developing products in this world is looking for new and effective ways to go green. Today I came across a ski jacket that has a built in solar panel for your gadgets.

MILK Redefines The Perfect Desk

What's so hot about this desk? It's just a flat table on a pedestal stand. Big deal, right? Yes, it is a very big deal. MILK is a simple, elegant, sparse, and fun desk design that meets the needs of the modern worker. If a desk can be hot, MILK is HOT! Let me show you why....

New Technology Can Help Prevent Animal Related Accidents

Large animals are towards the top of the list when it comes to causing accidents in rural areas. Even though many measures are in place to keep these collisions to a minimum, some accidents are unavoidable. However, a new system is currently being tested that could help to reduce the number of animal related accidents even further.