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Calling All Inventors! Submissions Open For The 2015 James Dyson Award

College students and recent graduates are invited to submit their problem-solving designs and inventions to the 2015 James Dyson Award competition. Undergraduate and graduate design and/or engineering students, as well as those who have graduated from a design or engineering program within the past four years, are invited to enter this world reknowned competition. Get further details....

The Armills Bracelet For Men: For Elitist Tastes and Deep Pockets

Although an unlikely pair, the blending of Pininfarina, the independant Italian car design firm, with Christophe and Company, has created a unique, sleek, high-tech men's bracelet comprised of luxury gems and advanced engineering. Read on to learn more, even if, alas, this bracelet is financially out of reach.

Reinventing London’s Old Tube Tunnels: Cyclists Set to Pedal Underground to Get Around

London is now the fastest growing city in the world. At present the city that harbors an endless list of cultures from around the world has a population of 8.3 million people. The city only continues to expand rapidly as there are nearly 2,000 people moving into the metropolis per week. The city anticipates that its population will be well over 12 million by 2027.

Super-Insulated Clothing: Will Indoor Heating Become Redundant?

Can super-insulated clothing eliminate the need for indoor heating? Is the wiring of body parts or some other such drastic measure required? Read on to learn more about this amazing fashion/tech innovation.

LobbyFriend - Tinder or Snapchat for Hotel Guests?

For those Snapchat and Tinder evangelists out there, there’s a new app in town called ‘LobbyFriend’ that might be just up your alley — or should I say, 'down in your lobby?' In today’s fast-pace mobile world, there’s been a myriad number of apps for business and leisure travelers. From Flip.to to Foursquare to TripAdvisor, hotel apps are now a dime a dozen, dependent on your particular preferences when traveling.

AirDye Textile Technology: Is Water Pollution Passé?

Textile manufacturing has been one of the world's largest sources of water pollution; that is, until now. Read on to learn more about AirDye technology, which utilizes no water in its production of  fabrics.

A-1 Kutz: Controversial Barbershop Delivers Unique Discipline To Troubled Children

Barbers tend to approach life with creativity, and often their shops also offer a sense of community to those patrons that find themselves in their chairs. So it's not a stretch that one neighborhood barbershop would combine these two things to offer a unique service that no one before them ever has. It's controversial, and this is one polarizing concept you're going to really love, or really hate. 

Turning Humans into Batteries: New Skin Patch Invention Could Power Up Wearable Technology

Soon it might be time to say ‘bye-bye’ to the batteries we use in technology that we wear, like with the smartwatch, or the fitness tracker, and someday maybe even the smartphone. Researchers from the National University of Singapore unveiled a new device that they invented at the 28th IEEE International Conference on Micro Mechanical Systems (2015), which was held last week in Estoril, Portugal. The device is the size of a postage-stamp and it’s a simple skin patch that utilizes static electricity from the body and converts it into actual electrical energy.

Origami Is The World’s First Power Folding Stroller. Fold Like A Mother

The Origami Stroller by 4moms is the envy of all moms fighting strollers. No more sweating while you tug and pull on straps or levers. No more pinching your fingers. No more folding your stroller to only have it unfold as you lift it up to put it into your car. Origami is the world’s first power folding stroller. And if that isn’t enough it self-charges, charges your cell phone, and tells you the air temperature.

Calling All Inventors! Help Solve A Global Food System Challenge

The world's food supply and distribution methods are being challenged by a growing population, climate change, over-cropped soil, chemical contaminants and other environmental factors. The challenges are many and so are the possible efficient solutions, and you are being invited to develop a solution based on one of nature's ways of solving them. Sponsored by the Biomimicry Institute and the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, The Biomimicry Global Design Challenge (BGDC) awaits your solution with a $100,000 "Ray of Hope" prize for the winner and access to the tools you need to get your design manufactured and ready to go to work!

Vegan Leather: Innovative Cruelty-Free Lifestyle Option

Vegan leather provides an option to those whose lifestyle and beliefs prohibit the use of animal products. Read on to learn more about this amazing fashion innovation.

Aiptek ProjectorPad P70: Android Tablet With Built-In Projector

If you want to beam your smartphone or tablet's screen onto a wall, whether for a work presentation or to watch YouTube videos, pico projectors are easy to find. However, what about smart slates with projectors built in? Aiptek's P70 is the first I've seen, and this 7” Android tablet looks a handy device indeed, albeit with some real drawbacks you should be mindful of.

Protect Baby Daddy’s Swimmers With RadiaShield Boxer Briefs

Each quarter Apple's profits increase, yet with each male’s use of a cell phone his sperm count and motility decrease. I am not saying Apple is the direct link to slow swimmers in baby daddy’s junk, but an increase in cell phone use and exposure to our bodies while carrying a cell phone is. Blame any and all cell phone makers you want. Everyday radiation from televisions, Wi-Fi, and cell phones are noticeably damaging men’s sperm. RadiaShield Boxer Briefs will protect the package.

Mercedes-Benz SuperBowl Ad Inspires Tsū Tortoises & Hares

Aesop’s classic fable of the tortoise and the hare not only gets a modern-spin in its lead-up to Super Bowl XLXIX, it has also inspired users on a young upstart social network to examine who they most identify with. With six major automakers scheduled for million-dollar TV commercials for this year’s big game, Mercedes-Benz led the pack by fully revealing a minute-long commercial for the games.

Want To Un-Boil An Egg? Science Has Figured Out How

You can't un-speak words and you can't un-ring a bell, but apparently you can unboil an egg -- well, sort of. Chemists from the University of California at Irvine and the University of Western Australia have found a way to return egg white proteins back to their original form that only takes a few minutes. Okay, this isn't something they were doing for fun just to prove that it can be done, though that would totally rock. This new technique has the potential for a wide range of applications from food production to cancer research.