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Opinel Le Petit Chef Allows Kids To Prep Food Safely

There's no doubt about it; kids love to help out in the kitchen, but putting sharp tools into little hands is rather terrifying. On this note, Opinel has come up with a set of kitchen tools designed specifically to protect tiny fingers.

James Dyson Awards 2016 Targets Design, Not Brand

While his name is synonymous with a revolutionary redesign and deconstruction of the standard vacuum cleaner, and his TV advertisements are a master class for inventors to promote their own products, industrial-design icon James Dyson is not a fan of branding.

Vegan Star Wars Shoes: Olsenhaus, The Force and The Jedi

The Force, Luke Skywalker and the Jedi all live in the hearts and minds of Star Wars lovers. Learn more about a new shoe collection dedicated to the characters of this sci-fi classic and the mission behind  their creation to forever eliminate cruelty to animals.

Motorcycle Seats With EMF Shields Designed For Thwarting Cancer

If you spend a lot of time on a motorcycle, then this is something you definitely want to know about. Up until recently, nobody ever thought twice about it, but there’s a chance your motorcycle is giving you cancer.

Telescope Built for Quasars Sees Deep Inside Volcanoes

A new telescope under construction near Sicily's Mt. Etna is being designed to track quasars and supernovae, but it may give us a bird's eye view deep into the interior of the volcano, too.

Zero Energy Vaxxwagon For Delivering Vaccines Invented By Boy

Another ingenious teen has come up with an eco-friendly invention for improving the lives of others. This one's in the form of a pedal-powered wagon designed for the purpose of delivering life-saving vaccines to those in need.

Robo Wunderkind Blocks Are Robotic Lego's

Lego's have been a popular and timeless children's toy for decades.  You can make almost anything using Lego's but now there are blocks that can be turned into actual robots and you can be as young as 5 to make them. Meet Robo Wunderkind, the "Lego of the future."

What Do You Get When You Pour Molten Aluminum Into A Melon? Something Unique, That's What!

Creating original art in an original manner is a unique skill.  In this case, what is needed is insanely hot aluminum and some melons.  Yep, you read that correctly.  Melons.

Female Researchers Discover Breast Cancer Risk Linked to Cattle Virus

Did you know that a recent California study revealed that women who are infected with the Bovine Leukosis Virus (BLV)  might face an increased risk of breast cancer? Read on for more about this breakthrough discovery and its far-reaching implications for women everywhere.

The First FDA-Approved 3D-Printed Drug: An Easy Pill To Swallow

Read on for more information about Aprecia Pharmaceuticals, the very first company to sell a 3-D printed, FDA-approved prescription pill. Known as Spritam, this drug could bring relief to more than 3 million adults and children in America who suffer from certain types of epileptic seizures.

Can New Blood Test Detect Breast Cancer's Return?

Read on to learn more about the innovative blood test still undergoing research in England that may be able to detect breast cancer DNA  months before it would appear on medical scans.

Drone-Flying Schools Aim To Address Severe Shortage of Licensed UAV Pilots

China is suffering a severe shortage of qualified, licensed UAV pilots and the country's Civil Aviation Administration isn't sitting idly by spinning their whee-, er, propellers.

Ultrasound Wave Therapy: Promotes Healing Even For Non Ocean Swimmers

Read all about the findings of a new British study that indicate ultrasound therapy can speed up the healing time of skin ulcers and bed sores.

HIV Prevention Drug: Study Confirms 100% Effectiveness

 

Read on to learn more about the controversial daily pill, Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and the recent study that has found it to be a drug that can effectively prevent HIV 100%!

Free Apps Like 'ReThink' Help Stop Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying has become a huge problem. Now there's a free app called ReThink developed by a teenager for mobile devices that's aimed at combating cyberbullying, and anyone can use it.