Lauren Bowker: Fashion and Chemistry Bond To Create New Wearable Tech

Meet fashion designer, Lauren Bowker, a woman of many talents, who has blended the worlds of fashion and chemistry to create a new-eco-friendly cosmos to benefit fashion, the environment and technology.

Glitter Beards: Have Yourself A Hairy Little Christmas

In the past we have brought your flower beards and color beards. Last year for the holidays in was Bauble Beards. It is amazing what gents out there will do with their facial hair just for the hell of it. So this year, just in time for the holidays, we bring you the latest trend in this series -- The Glitter Beard. Instructions on how are included!

Get All Jammed Up With Bacon

With all due respect to our little piggy friends, one of the main reasons that many of us don't become vegetarians is because of bacon. To us it is the food of the gods. It is an amazingly versatile source of protein, fat, and those all-important nitrates. There are many ways to get your bacon fix, but one of the most creative ways may just be The Bacon Jams.

It's Time For Wibbly-Wobbly Timey-Wimey Bed Sheets

I swear that these are the coolest sheets ever to have been created for those of us living the geek life. They are Doctor Who Bed Sheets in that same lovely blue of the TARDIS, a time machine not-so-cleverly disguised as an old-time London police box. When you fall asleep on these sheets in no time you'll be traveling your way through time and space.

Facial Transplant Surgery Transforms Life of Injured Firefighter

Learn more about an historic facial transplant operation that has been performed at New York University's Langone Medical Center, granting an injured fire-fighter a new lease on life and a brand new face.

Can Brain Scans Predict Coma Recovery?

Learn more about functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), a scanning technique that focuses on a little known region of the brain that may well help doctors determine whether a coma patient will awaken or deteriorate into a vegetative state.

Consumers Blown Away By Wind Resistant Cyprus Umbrella

Meet the Cypress umbrella created by two mechanical engineers in Vancouver  and say goodbye to umbrellas that fall apart in the wind.

Wearable Solar Innovation: Parka Offers Shelter, Comfort and Energy

The latest addition to the Pauline van Dongen wearable solar family is a very special parka that thrives amid nature's often harsh elements. Read on to learn more about this innovative Dutch desinger and her amazing creations.

Stanford University's Artificial Skin: Sensational Advance For Prosthetics

Read on for more about a new and exciting product that may one day in the near future may allow prosthetic wearers to feel sensation in their limbs.

Get Noticed With On The Glo Knitwear That "Light Up"

Want to look merry and bright for the holiday season? Then try On The Glo's scarves and beanies on for size. These knitted goods also come with some feel goods. Read more to learn how you can give and receive!

British-American Duo Invent Portable Power-Charging Belt

Meet the ION Belt Battery, a sleek, safe and stylish accessory with a secret double life as a portable charger that eradicates the need for bulky  battery packs.

English Health Care Company Develops Visionary Sleep Mask for Diabetics

Read all about the innovative diabetic sleep mask created by PolyPhotonix known as Noctura 400 that has had a major impact on the lives of diabetics everywhere.

Ventricular Assist Devices: You Gotta Have Heart

Learn more about ventricular assist devices (VADs), which are mechanical heart pumps that represent a significant advancement in heart failure treatment and surgery.

Tick Key Is 99.9 Percent Effective at Removing Ticks

The effects of Lyme disease can be devastating and lifelong. Fortunately, the Tick Key offers an added layer of defense and it’s easy to carry and use. The Tick Key is a small device that is 99.9 percent effective at removing ticks.

Restoring Vision For Seniors: PhD Student Creates Liquid Crystal Lens

Read on to learn more about Devesh Mistry, a second-year PhD student in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leeds, who has been developing a new kind of lens, which could restore age-related long-sightedness and eliminate the need for glasses.