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Quantum Big Screen Microscope Brings Great Fun To Small Things

The Quantum Big Screen Microscope from Learning Resources helps kids enjoy the craziness of tiny nature while also learning a great deal in the process.

Electrofoxy Zip Jacket Turns The Volume Up To "Sexy"

Fashion and technology design firm Electrofoxy has created a new level of portable music integration with their Zip concept design jacket.

Headlights For Your Grill: LED Lights Brighten Japanese Smiles

Gold and diamond dental “grills” not flashy enough for you? Not to worry, LED smiles inspired by a Japanese retail ad will give your mouth a glow even Flavor Flav can't beat.

Laparoscopic Feedback Instrument Helps Surgeons Thread The Needle

Delft Unveristy professor finds a way to give surgeons tangible feedback during delicate Laparoscopic procedures.

Anti-reflective Film Inspired By Moth's Eyes Improves Solar Cells

Shiny new solar cells... not a good thing when the point is to capture every last ray of sunshine. In an effort to find the least reflective surface possible, scientists have looked to an unlikely source: the compound eyes of night-flying moths.

Ultra Violet Cutting Board System Destroys 99.9% Of Germs

If you want to be more confident that you are not spreading bad bacteria around the kitchen then the Ultra Violet Cutting Board System may be for you.  The system consists of four polypropylene cutting boards that are stored in a holder that emits UV light.  The light reportedly kills 99.9 percent of germs.

University of Texas Develops Wearable Fabric With Battery Power To Charge Your Gadgets

Scientists from the University of Texas at Dallas have developed a way to make fabric using carbon nanotubes and boron/magnesium powder that will generate battery power to charge your electronics.  No more plugging your iPhone into the wall; charging your gadgets could be as easy as wearing a T-shirt.

Social Media For Sale Or Rent, "ThreeWords" Bought By That Domain Gent

Up till now, the social media space has been a coveted arena where entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg are more interested in building empires than selling their enterprises to the highest bidder. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and others were of a similar ilk. However, the next generation of Internet entrepreneurs seem to be looking at things somewhat differently.

Ski Goggles Get Android Apps. WTF!

Do avalanche danger and hundred-foot cliffs sound dangerous? They won't when Recon goggles start showing up on more ski slopes.

Robots, Like Babies, Need To Crawl Before They Can Walk

Josh Bongard is one member of a growing field called evolutionary robotics.  In short, it means that stronger, more useful, more adaptable robots should develop their skills one step at a time, like animals and humans, rather than being built 'ready to go.' Bongard has experimented with his very literal biomimetic approach to robot upbringing in a first-of-its-kind experiment sponsored by the National Science Foundation.