Invention

Tech Giants Fund GRAIL: New Early Detection Cancer Blood Test

Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos from Amazon.com have donated $1 million to fund Grail, a company that has developed a new blood test that will allow an even earlier detection of many kinds of cancer than that which is currently available. Read on for more information about this amazing boon to the health of all mankind.


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.

DIY 55-Watt Solar Light Bulb From An Ordinary Bottle Of Water

How to make a solar light equivalent to a 55-watt bulb in just three easy steps. You won't believe it's this simple!

Tiny Wearable Power Supercapacitor Packs High Density Charge

Meet the micro-supercapacitor, which is a big word for a tiny wearable electronic device that packs a high density charge. Read on for more on this amazing new wearable power source that may make the standard battery a thing of the past.

Controlling The Weather With Lasers, Can It Be Done?

Scientists are talking about employing high-energy lasers for the purpose of producing rain at will, but the question is should we?

MIT Researchers Develop a Bandage With a Brain

Meet the team of MIT reserachers who developed an amazing smart bandage that may well revolutionize medical tech and fitness hardware by its ability to detct infection and dispense medication.

SounDish Increases Quality And Volume Levels On Mobile Devices Without Batteries Or Wires

Ever wish you could boost the volume on your cellphone beyond what’s allotted per factory specs for calls, videos or music? Well, a company called Passive Vibes has invented a patented device for improving all of that without batteries, electricity, or inconvenient wires to get tangled up in.

Bionic Eye Grants New Sight To Blind Mother

Meet a brave woman from Colorado who thanks to a new bionic eye,can see her own son for the first time in years. Keep some Kleenex nearby.


Urine-Powered Smart Socks: Pee Power Saves Energy

Meet these new urine-powered smart socks which takes the idea of taking advantage of natural resources to an all time high. Read on for more information on this fascinating energy source.


Innovative Needle-Free Blood Draw: A Painless Future for Diabetics

There may come a day when diabetics will not need glucose monitoring devices. That day may come even sooner than expected with the advent of Google's new patent for a needle-free blood draw. Read on for more information.

Rainy Days and Self-Drying Jackets Never Get You Down

Meet a Back-To-The-Future inspired self-drying jacket  that promises smiles instead of frowns on rainy days. Falyon's special jacket is new to the wearable tech scene, but is likely to be a memorable addition.


Move Over Grilled Cheese - Bourbon Chocolate Slices Have Hit The Scene

Can you imagine chocolate, packaged in the same way as conventional processed cheese slices? Yes, that’s what the innovative people at Japanese company, Bourbon, have created.

Stem Cells and 3-D Printing: Innovative and Astounding Technology

Learn more about the latest in regenerative medicine and how 3-D printing with the help of scientists is helping to transform it by developing a way to print 3-D structures than contain embryonic cells.


VFiles and Studio XO: Innovative, Colorful Wearable Tech Collection

If you are not careful, a reasonable facsimile of Lady Gaga's Flying Dress may well land in a store near you, as VFiles, the web-based portal for everything digital fashion, and wearable tech company, Studio XO, have merged to collaborate on a cool and innovative collection. Learn more about this daring wearable tech initiative.


Brain-Controlled Interface Gives the Disabled Reason To Smile

Meet the telepresence robot, a brain-controlled interface that helps to lift the spirits of the disabled by translating their mental intentions into commands.