From Guo Lili comes a tube of toothpaste we can all get to the bottom of.
The longly-named Fraunhofer Research Institution for Modular Solid State Technologies EMFT in Munich has created a way to detect infections at a glance with a new, dye-infused dressing.
With the holiday season fast approaching, we thought it was high time to start a yearly round-up of possible gadget gifts. First up is an environmentally friendly and snazzily cool option known as the “Filterless Air Purifier”.
Banging away at that keyboard might not be such a bad thing, according to scientists at Virginia Tech. In fact, how you type may be just the thing that keeps a hacker bot from stealing your information.
Sure, you can do things from your keyboard, but sometimes having a shiny metal knob is just cooler.
You’d think that was a typo, but not so much. Scientists from Cornell, the University of Chicago and iRobot have created human-analogue hands using nothing but coffee grounds, party balloons and a vacuum pump.
They started as a joke, but a line of Viagra-infused sheets has proven very popular for Spanish designer Pep Torres.
A combination of milk protein and ordinary clay may represent a biodegradable alternative to the Styrofoam and plastics we dump in our landfills.
A Georgia Tech PH.D candidate has created a mobile app intended to help adults learn how to make healthy food choices.