Recent Discoveries and Breakthroughs

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Multi-Directional Impact Protection System Helmets Making Sports Safer

If you play a lot of rough contact sports, maybe you should invest in a MIPs designed helmet. CTE and other traumatic brain injuries are responsible for dementia and a whole host of other unpleasant maladies. Find out how you can strengthen your defense against these injuries right here.

Sense Helps You Sleep Smarter

We do not all sleep equally. If you find yourself waking up tired, even after a full night of sleep, then maybe it's time to figure out why. The Sense and accompanying Sleep Pill from Hello is your full solution to sleep monitoring. Simply set up the Sense in your bedroom and clip the Sleep Pill to your pillow to start full spectrum monitoring.

A Hair Growth Device Resembling Headphones Has Surfaced, But Will It Work?

A cure for baldness? One company is offering a new device that's said to regrow hair without surgery, chemicals or pills, and it's a one-time cost versus a never ending regimen of products costing hundreds of dollars yearly. So what is it and what did Dateline NBC have to say about its sister product using the same technology? Find out here.

Electric Fork Simulates Salt By Stimulating Your Tongue

An electric fork developed by researchers at Tokyo University could be a boon for people restricted to low-salt or salt-free diets. Salty, sour and even metallic tastes can be evoked by the innovative battery-powered fork.

'PHIRO' Teaching Kids The Basics Of Robotics And Coding

Robotics and coding are the future. What is coding? Find out about it here and about the toy that can give your kids a head start in the field while providing hours of educational entertainment in the meantime.

Scuba Diving Without Tanks? New ‘Artificial Gills’ Concept Design Raising Questions

Imagine swimming for up to 45 minutes underwater without having to come up for air with no bulky air tanks strapped to your back. A new device by Triton claims to allow you to do just that. Find out what scientists are saying about the legitimacy of the claim right here.

Serial Inventor Offers Tips & Discounts For InventorSpot Readers

Many inventors fantasize about becoming the next great serial inventor — where they can continuously sell one successful product idea after another. It’s the American dream to create something from nothing, have it resonate with the masses, and then sit back and watch the shekels coming rolling in. Roger Brown is one such inventor who has not only entered that rarefied stratosphere, but has also been reaping the benefits of his creativity for over two decades now.

TV Show’s Nationwide Casting Call For Inventors Of Outdoor Products Opens

Are you an adventurer, outdoor survivalist or weekend camper? On the many trips you've taken over the years, have you ever pondered over what products were missing and could add to your outdoor experience? Out of that group, how many of you have taken it one step further and actually invented a creative state of the art or off-the-wall outdoor product — that's ready to knock the winter woolies off the public once the world gets out?

Quell, New Device Gives Chronic Pain Relief Without A Prescription

There’s a promising wearable device out called Quell that may provide relief to chronic pain sufferers.

Aircarbon Packaging To Reduce Oil-Based Plastics By 70 Percent

Aircarbon is a mixture of oxygen and carbon emissions that's being used now to replace oil in the production of everyday items made from plastic.