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As a nation shifts toward more fuel efficient cars, will the motorcycle industry be able to keep up? read more »
Alcohol boosts digestion with Korea's latest contribution to the drinking world. read more »
Soon you'll be able to party it up with the astronauts when Beijing opens the world's largest aeronautical theme park. read more »
Japan has exported cars and electronics to the West for decades, but it's only recently that the nation's dynamic culture, led by Pokemon and other Anime has also made the trip. Their success has led a few enterprising types to try transplanting some of the more offbeat aspects of Japanese culture into foreign soil. Can it work? Your on-the-scene reporter visited the I Maid Café in Toronto, Canada today to find out first hand! read more »
The average person wouldn't try to ruin a 1/2 carat diamond. However, jewelers are known to do some interesting things to promote their products. read more »
Our Guest Blogger, George Delozier, is from Pennsylvania and recently joined the U.S. Air Force. Growing up with all types of machines, George wanted to share the newest innovations on all things motor with the readers of InventorSpot.com.
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A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is currently working on a engine that, under certain conditions, can move into a spark free combustion state. read more »
China prepares to launch their newest moon probe in hopes of further moon discovery and inspiration for future projects. read more »
Eyecatching ads for haircare and products are not only found in magazines and tv, but on billboards, escalators and playgrounds?! Here are my picks for some of the best in ads for hair: read more »
Finally, Fall is upon us, and that can mean only one thing: Beer! Well, that shouldn't be your only concern, but with football season in full swing and the commencement of Oktoberfest, a lot of us out there have beer on the brain. With that in mind, we here at InventorSpot.com bring you some of the ballsiest beers we could find. What makes them so noteworthy? Well, the beers on this list push the limits of conventional brewing in a number of ways. Whether they are the stoutest of the stout, or the odd brainchild of a Japanese liquor store owner (milk beer anybody?), these ales definitely have some gusto that the rest of the beer world lacks. read more »
Taiwan and Canada continually join alliances to brainstorm and develop some of technology's greatest innovations. read more »
In the past, when I packed my daughter's lunch I tried my best to use reusable containers as much as possible, but it proved to be a bit of a challenge and not always as environmentally friendly or as convenient as I hoped. The Wrap-N-Mat has given me a longer lasting eco-friendly alternative to Tupperware, sandwich baggies and foil paper. read more »
Robots are teaching us humans about our own physiology, enabling scientists to understand what goes on in the brain when we see an optical illusion. read more »
Poetry in porcelain...at the Vienna studio of designer Sandra Haischberger read more »
Innovative furniture that looks more like works of art....
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Everywhere you look, you are surrounded by advertising. So, being inundated with advertising what would make you stop and pay attention to an ad? If you are on the streets, something witty and playful may do the trick.
Here are my picks for some of the most brilliant street ads I've seen lately:
Hello Kitty has grown up into a bonafide Sex Kitten, and Strapya World celebrates her new look with the "Hello Kitty Sexy Collection". I don't know about you, but there's something disturbingly SIN-derella-ish about combining the classic Hello Kitty head with a pair of shapely, sexy legs. read more »
Using cream and a laser, scientists have improved a new treatment for skin cancer, the most common cancer. read more »
The most revolutionary new advance in video surveillance will soon be monitoring Chicago's streets and other popular areas in the city. read more »