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Allergen Beagle Sniffs Out What You Shouldn't Be Eating

Knowing what you're eating is important for the health conscious of us in general and even more so for those with allergies - and the Allergen Beagle concept might just be the helpful tool you need.

Turn Tunes In Your Head Into Music For Everyone's Ears

Music has long been seen as an expression of one's thoughts, feelings, or emotions. But what about for people who are suffering from severe physical disabilities or for those who do not have the ability to speak? Well, researchers from the United Kingdom are working hard to give them a musical voice by developing a new computer system that can turn thoughts to music.

New Study Evaluates Radiation Risks Of Airport X-Ray Screeners

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has deployed 486 full body scanners in U.S. airports and plans to install another 1000 by the end of 2011.  Besides the privacy issues that have become quite controversial, there has been concern over the amount of radiation these scanners emit and what their potential is for increasing risk of serious health problems.

 


For Picky Eaters: Fooddam Prevents Food From Touching

Do you have a child who cringes if his carrots touch his mashed potatoes?  Recoils when the chicken overlaps the rice?  Maybe you even know an adult with touching food issues.  It can be a frustrating thing to deal with, especially when you are the one preparing the meal.  The Fooddam by FusionBrands is meant to eliminate this problem.

Power Pod: An Elegant Solution To The Tacky Power Strip

Power strips and endless cords criss-crossing your floor have no place in a sophisticated setting and, whether your setting is a home office or the top floor suite overlooking Manhattan, your design 'ethic' requires more aesthetics.

Pet A Kitten....Through The Internet

A few months ago, a company called Apriori control came up with an idea for a very interesting innovation, involving cats, robots, and the internet.

Breed'n Besty Used To Help Vet Students Who Get Behind

The Breed'n Betsy cow rectum simulator gives vet students a chance to get a feel for just what they're doing before they try it out on Betsy herself, much to appreciation of live cows everywhere.

Baseball-Card Collecting For A New Generation: Video Cards

A sports collector's card for a technological-driven era.

On This Day In Video Game History: March 29

On March 29, 2004..Painkiller goes gold. The highly anticipated first-person shooter published by DreamCatcher Games and developed by People Can Fly is finally ready to go into production.

Adapt Old Lenses To New Cameras To Save Money

Before still cameras were being used to create HD video, director Tim Burton was already seeing the possibilities. His film “Corpse Bride,” a stop-motion animation, was shot entirely on DSLR cameras, according to stopmotionworks.com