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.

Poop Scoop: FMT Transplants Disgust and Delight Medical Researchers

 Poop transplants are saving lives every day. Read on for rmore information  BEFORE  your next meal even though the yuck factor may still be significant.

Geek-Chic: Nerdy, Neat, Nifty and Clunky Fashion Styles

Read  on to learn more. about the geek/chic/nerdy fashion phenomenon that has seeped into American pop culture and the world of fashion.

Robotic Prosthetic Hand Wired Into Brain: Once More, With Feeling

An innovative robotic hand wired directly into the motor cortex of his brain has given a 28 year old man who has been paralyzed for more than ten years due to a spinal chord injury a new lease on life. Read on to learn more about this amazing  robotic prosthesis developed  at the Applied Physics Labortatory (APL) at John Hopkin's University.

Rethinking The Fashion Runway: Upside Down Is Chic Side Up

The symbolic interpretation of carrying each other's societal burdens may look good in fashion sketches, but  on the catwalk the visual impact of models carrying models is very weird indeed.  Read on for more about designer, Rick Owens, and this dizzy perspective targeted to defy fashion convention.

iPhone Case /Stethoscope: Hello, Whose Heart is Beating, Please?

Meet the Steth-IO iPhone case that doubles as a stethoscope. If your mouth just dropped open, keep it there, for the inventor of this clever medical device is just 16 years of age. Read on for more on this brilliant boy and his amazing medical innovation.

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.

7 Hilarious Halloween Costumes For Geeks

Geeks love Halloween as much as anyone else.  Check out these novel Halloween costumes and symbols for those who trick or treat in their own creative and geeky ways.

Geek Chic Design: Fibonacci Sequence-Inspired Fashion

Learn more about the "most talented Western mathematician of the Middle Ages" and how his medieval mathematical concept known as the Fibonacci Sequence has inspired modern day fashion design and become integrated into wearable technology.

Incontinence Lingerie Hits The Runway: A Brief Synopsis

Meet ConfiTEX, the world's first fashionable, washable, absorbent, padless and waterproof underwear  designed for those with embarassing bladder problems. Read on for a wee more information on this amazing, innovative product.

10+ Seriously Amazing Baby Items You Should Know About

If someone in your life is having a new baby and you’re looking for a particularly unique and handy gift to give, there are an overwhelming wide variety of options. In fact. there are many choices that narrowing it down can be a challenge. Here, we’ve sifted through the baby extras to provide a list of some of the coolest, less well-known but best-reviewed baby and parenting gear available.

3D-Printed Metal Rib Cage Transforms Mortal Man into Cyborg

The wonders of 3-D printing have only tapped the surface of possibilities, especially in the field of medical applications. Read all about the world's first 3-D printed titanium rib cage and the cancer patient whose life has been given new meaning.

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.

2015's Strangely Gorgeous Hair Trend: Colorfully Dyed Roots

Everyone who dyes their hair knows that awkward stage where their roots show up and reveal their natural hair color.  At this point, most people will either touch up their roots or dye their locks an entirely different color.One of the newest hair trends of 2015 has women flipping the script and coloring their roots vibrant colors while leaving the rest of their hair a more natural color, creating an unexpected two-toned effect in what has been called "colored partings” and “color contrast roots”.

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.