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Robot Turtles: A Board Game To Teach Preschoolers Computer Programming

A growing trend in children’s games is the combination of technology and traditional toys. Toys like Avakai, apps like Osmo, or video games like Bloxels require children to play with actual wooden dolls, puzzle pieces, and blocks in order to get the most out of their smart toys and iPads. This is because inventors know it is best to learn with tangible concepts and toys. Computer programming is fair game too. Robot Turtles is a board game which teaches kids the fundamentals of programming and coding.

NYC Will Soon Have World’s First Underground Park

A forgotten slice of New York City will soon be transformed into the world’s first underground park. But the big question is how will a team of inventors actually pipe in sunlight way down below?

Detecting Cancer By Levitating Cells

Scientists use magnetic levitation as a means of sorting cells and are able to differentiate between white blood cells, red blood cells and various types of cancers. The method, which is relatively straightforward and scalable, could offer incredible value to researchers and clinicians.

GoodWorld & Tsū, Social Networks With Charitable Algorithms

A new era of ‘social giving’ has entered our zeitgeist. Fundraising is no longer an activity practiced solely by wealthy philanthropists. Folks who have a passion for giving don’t have to be members of the elite, the likes of the Bill Gates or the Jimmy Buffets of this world. Today’s social networking is providing folks of lesser means with a conduit to working for the greater good.

EquiptBaby Complete Diaper Bag Has It All, Including A Portable Bassinet

Parents often feel the pressure of having it all—successful career, perfect marriage, ample time to stay in shape, and quality time to themselves. Perfection is not realistic, nor is having it all, all of the time. While moms and dads work to find balance in their lives, it is realistic for them to want baby gear that makes parenting a little easier. When it comes to leaving the house with a baby, parents need a diaper bag that will provide success, not frustration. Parents can’t always say the same thing, but EquiptBaby Complete has it all

Invention Of The Week? Set Your Pace With Doppel

New wearable technology is a huge trend these days.And a company based out of London, UK, just took the craze to a whole new level. So, how does this “empathic technology” wind you up or wind you down?

Invention Of The Week? Set Your Pace With Doppel

New wearable technology is a huge trend these days.And a company based out of London, UK, just took the craze to a whole new level. So, how does this “empathic technology” wind you up or wind you down?

Move Over, Siri: Meet Amazon Echo And Alexa

Have you ever wanted Samantha from Her without all the nagging or Siri without having to press a button? Well, now you can with Amazon Echo's Alexa, the cloud-based voice service that does it all. Featuring a free companion app, Echo keeps working even when you're away from home.

Plane Flies From Japan To Hawaii Without Carrying Any Fuel

Swiss aviators Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg are flying around the world in a plane using only solar power, and they have just completed the most challenging leg of the journey. The 4,480 mile trip over the Pacific Ocean required 117 hours and 52 minutes of flying time and broke records in both distance and duration of solar-powered flight.

3-D Printed Blood Vessels: A New Dimension in Transplant Procedures

Read on to learn more about the latest advances in 3-D printing and artifcial blood vessels, which are essential to maintaining the health of human organs.


It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Tsū World

What does March Madness and the Tsu social network have in common? First introduced in 1984, the former has become one of the most popular annual sporting events in the United States. Created by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s Division 1 Basketball, it’s an elimination tournament played each March in the United States. The latter is a new social network platform developed by Sebastian Sobczak and launched in October, 2014.

Is GinzVelo The Future For Sustainable Transportation?

An inventor from Woodbridge, Virginia, says his invention is going to greatly change how we travel around cities and suburbs. Peter Ginzburg is the brainchild of GinzVelo, which is a human electric hybrid. Question is will it be a hit on the streets? And, will the average commuter actually be able to afford one?

Unique Flying Fire Fighter To The Rescue

An inventor in Japan has developed a very unique firefighting aerial vehicle that will help put out fires in places where fire trucks and helicopters can’t get to. How does this device actually work? And, will fire departments around the world adapt this new technology?

Secure Beginnings Are Breathable, So Safest Mattresses For Baby

Looking for a safer crib mattress for your baby? When my partner and I were expecting our first child, we quickly learned that back is best when it comes to a sleeping baby. This is because it reduces the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).  The people at Secure Beginnings wanted to make the safest sleeping environment for our children even safer, so they created what may be the safest crib mattress on the market.

Zotac Zbox MA760 Has Quad Cores, Quad DisplayPorts

Running AMD's fastest mobile APU, Zotac's latest addition to its lineup of mini PCs offers a whopping four DisplayPort connections for four-monitor setups, backed up by relatively fast Radeon graphics.

Insulin MicroNeedle Patch Promises To Make Life Easier For Diabetics

Diabetes is an extremely common group of metabolic disorders with approximately 387 million sufferers worldwide in 2014. Type 1 diabetes, the more severe form, stems from a failure of the pancreas to produce sufficient insulin. It often must be treated by regular injections of the hormone, a not entirely pleasant state of affairs for sufferers and one that is not always reliable. Now researchers have found a new way to deliver insulin that’s both painless and practical using a patch covered in microneedles.

Invention Of The Week? Space Case 1 Is High-Tech

So, is there such a thing as the smartest suitcase in the world?Well, there is now, according to Planet Travel, who has invented Space Case 1. And now you can have one, or a set of them for that matter.

Running Shoes Printed from Synthetic Biological Material Have A Life Of Their Own

A new concept for running shoes concerning proto-cell technology has been created by London designer and researcher, Shamees Aden. 3-D printed from synthetic biological material, these shoes have the capacity to repair themselves overnight. Read on for more on these amazing future wearables.


Is It The Last Straw App Or The First Brigade Social Network?

Attempting to find that next paradigm shift in social networking seems to be the name of the game in the year 2015. The first generation of social networks paying users for their content — including the popular Tsu, followed by Bubblews, Bonzo Me, bitlanders and Seen — were the first on the scene with a new twist. Now half way through the year, ‘polling apps’ seem to be the network du jour. . .

Slide Away On The Lexus Hoverboard

The news is out. Lexus has developed a hoverboard. Back to the Future fans are eagerly awaiting its arrival on the market. While Slide is slick and stylish in design many are asking one big question: Will this be the first real, rideable hoverboard?

Should Your Self-Driving Car Kill You To Save Others?

Bioethicists at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have started considering the programming of self-driving cars faced with inevitable crash situations and have come up with worrying ethical dilemmas. In an unavoidable crash, will your car be programmed to sacrifice you in order to save more strangers in nearby vehicle? Who can be responsible for making such a call?

Tiny Robotic Tentacles: Good Things Do Come In Small Packages

These  innovative soft robotic tentacles could prove to be ideal for delicate microscopic surgery. They can pick up an ant without damage to its body, offering new promise to invasive surgical procedures such as the safe and intricate manipulation  of blood vessels or embryos.

Avakai Are Real Imaginary Friends For The Digital World

The founders of Vai Kai want to introduce us to Avakai, a play companion for kids growing up in our quickly developing digital world. Avakai are imaginary friends, interactive smart toys, and tools for social interaction. Avakai offer three distinct superpowers which allow children to speak in musical tones, share feelings, and sense proximity to other Avakai.

Watch What Happens When A White Blood Cell Dies

Using a technique called time-lapse microscopy, scientists have actually been able to “film” the death of a white blood cell. The painstaking work involved taking hundreds of microscope photos and then viewing them sequentially in rapid succession to produce a motion picture. The result was the first true video of white blood cell death and revealed that the process is not at all what we imagined.

Make Your Own Carbon Nanoparticles

Carbon nanoparticles have been shown to be extremely useful in ferrying pharmaceuticals within the body. They are small enough to escape notice of the body’s immune system and reflect light in such a way that they can be easily distinguished from natural tissues. Unfortunately, their production has always involved complicated and expensive equipment and slow purification processes. Now bioengineers have found a way to produce them in just a few hours with only a microwave and simple household products like molasses and honey.