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India’s Smartest Cookies Join Together to Improve Technology


At Microsoft Research headquarters in India, innovative ideas abound. read more »

Cell Phone-Brain Cancer Debate Continues


Recently, researchers from the Orbero University in Sweden led by Professor Kjell Mild have suggested that young children may be at risk for brain cancer when using cell phones because of their thinner skulls and developing nervous systems. read more »

Asian Politics Goes Virtual


Asian gamers stage a political protest - virtually. read more »

When is a 4 Cylinder an 8 Cylinder?


Our Guest Blogger, George Delozier, is from Pennsylvania and recently joined the U.S. Air Force. Growing up with all types of machines, George wanted to share the newest innovations on all things motor with the readers of InventorSpot.com.

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I have 8 cylinders….but only 4 make power…? read more »

10 Most Brilliant Inventions of 2007 - R&D Magazine


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R&D Magazine has sponsored the "Oscars of Inventions" for 45 years. These research and design awards are coveted by government as well as private industry inventors. The 100 winners selected by R&D Magazine for 2007 are stunning innovations - resourceful, effective, inspiring. A significant portion of the 2007 awards are homeland security/military innovations; others are environmental, health, and there's even innovations for kids, like a must-have-Holiday-toy robot! Here are my picks for the top 10 inventions from R & D Magazine's list of the best of 2007: read more »

Grocery Shopping Out of a Vending Machine


With technology and tenacity, Japan has managed to all but eliminate employment for convenience store workers. read more »

Japan's InfoBar 2 Outclasses Apple iPhone



The Apple iPhone may be at the top of everyone's holiday gift list this year, but the fact remains is that it's NOT the best cell-phone you can buy - by far! Japan's KDDI has introduced the InfoBar 2, a sleek and sexy cell-phone that can do things Apple's product planners - and iPhone owners - can only dream about. Pity it's only available in Japan...
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Winners for the Best in Wacky Science Research Get Ig Nobel Award


 

Winners included the discovery that Viagra helps hamsters overcome jetlag, a method for extracting vanilla flavor from cow dung, and a study of the word "the." read more »

Harley Davidson's Worst Nightmare? The Electric Motorcycle


Our Guest Blogger, George Delozier, is from Pennsylvania and recently joined the U.S. Air Force. Growing up with all types of machines, George wanted to share the newest innovations on all things motor with the readers of InventorSpot.com.

Here's his article:

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As a nation shifts toward more fuel efficient cars, will the motorcycle industry be able to keep up? read more »

Fiber Beer: Probably Not Coming Soon to a Restaurant Near You


Alcohol boosts digestion with Korea's latest contribution to the drinking world. read more »

Watch Out Disneyland, China May Be Jumping Ahead of You!


Soon you'll be able to party it up with the astronauts when Beijing opens the world's largest aeronautical theme park. read more »

No Spark Plugs…..Better Gas Mileage?


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Our Guest Blogger, George Delozier, is from Pennsylvania and recently joined the U.S. Air Force. Growing up with all types of machines, George wanted to share the newest innovations on all things motor with the readers of InventorSpot.com.

Here's his article:

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A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is currently working on a engine that, under certain conditions, can move into a spark free combustion state. read more »

China Shoots for the Moon


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China prepares to launch their newest moon probe in hopes of further moon discovery and inspiration for future projects. read more »

Canada and Taiwan Target Each Other for Sharing Innovations


Taiwan and Canada continually join alliances to brainstorm and develop some of technology's greatest innovations. read more »

Robots See Optical Illusions Just Like People


 

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 »

Researchers Treat Skin Cancer with Cream and a Laser


Using cream and a laser, scientists have improved a new treatment for skin cancer, the most common cancer. read more »

Designed for the Aquabahn : Fearless


Our Guest Blogger, George Delozier, is from Pennsylvania and recently joined the U.S. Air Force. Growing up with all types of machines, George wanted to share the newest innovations on all things motor with the readers of InventorSpot.com.

Here's his article:

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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 »

Minorities Make Up Majority When It Comes to Great Ideas


Chinese and Indian nationals are leading the way when it comes to U.S. patented inventions and technological developments. read more »

Top Sci-Fi Fashion Clothing of 2007


Heart-monitoring underwear, cancer-detecting bras, and message-displaying jackets are a few of the "smart fabrics" we have today.
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New Hand Dryer Saves Energy and Trees


Picture this, you are out eating with your family and you stop by the restroom to go "potty". When you are done with your business you wash your hands. Right!? Then you look for paper towels, except there are no paper towels to be found. You then look for a hand dryer, but instead you see a Veltia in its place. read more »

Tires Can Now Self Regenerate


Our Guest Blogger, George Delozier, is from Pennsylvania and recently joined the U.S. Air Force. Growing up with all types of machines, George wanted to share the newest innovations on all things motor with the readers of InventorSpot.com.

Here's his article:

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People can go for a long time without worrying about tires, and now thanks to Michelin, they can go even longer. But these tires don't just last longer, they actually regenerate themselves. read more »

An Endless Supply of Green Energy Coming from Europe: HiPER circa 2030


Plans for a nuclear fusion reactor facility are soon to be underway, with a mission to demonstrate that inertial fusion could be used as a future energy source--to power the world. read more »

Japanese Moon Shot Heats Up Asian Space Race



With the picture-perfect launch of the pioneering SELENE lunar exploration probe from a Mitsubishi H-IIA rocket, Japan has made a stunning return to space while answering the challenge of neighboring China's bold program.
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Learn Your Genetic Ancestry With a Saliva Swipe


While we're waiting on the thousand-dollar genome sequencing, researchers have recently designed a new program that lets you learn your genetic ancestry right now with a quick cheek swab. The results take just minutes, and are 99% accurate. read more »

Samsung Goes for the Gold...The 18 K Gold Cell Phone


Samsung is glitzing up their cell phone line in honor of gold-focused Beijing. read more »