Recent Discoveries and Breakthroughs
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Taiwan and Canada continually join alliances to brainstorm and develop some of technology's greatest innovations. read more »
In the past, when I packed my daughter's lunch I tried my best to use reusable containers as much as possible, but it proved to be a bit of a challenge and not always as environmentally friendly or as convenient as I hoped. The Wrap-N-Mat has given me a longer lasting eco-friendly alternative to Tupperware, sandwich baggies and foil paper. read more »
Robots are teaching us humans about our own physiology, enabling scientists to understand what goes on in the brain when we see an optical illusion. read more »
Using cream and a laser, scientists have improved a new treatment for skin cancer, the most common cancer. read more »
The most revolutionary new advance in video surveillance will soon be monitoring Chicago's streets and other popular areas in the city. read more »
Our Guest Blogger, Sarah Olson, originally from Chicago, is back in the States after a two-year stint in Japan and Asia. She is constantly seeking out ways to make the world more beautiful, and has a vested interested in discovering methods to enhance the feminine mystique.She wanted to share her finds with the readers of InventorSpot.com.
Here's her article:
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Got a spare tire that needs deflating? A little extra padding around the middle, perhaps? You may be in luck! read more »
What do you get when you put the best engineers from Porsche motor sports together with one of the most reputable watercraft designers of the generation? read more »
While it has long been known that there is a serious shortage of educated talent in much of the Middle East, a new report by the Economist Intelligence Unit has painted a gloomy picture of the region’s ability to attract and retain educated workers. read more »
Our Guest Blogger, Joe Eitel, is a freelance writer/graphic designer from West Michigan who always stays on top of the latest technology, and has written many articles relating to computer technologies. He has some interesting technology finds he wanted to share with the readers of InventorSpot.com.
Here's his article:
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With so many people switching from standard televisions to high definition televisions, it was only a matter of time before compact HD camcorders hit the market. read more »