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Robo Bees, The Next Step In Pollination?

First it was killer bees and now it's robo bees. At least the latter of the two are here to assist us. Find out how.

Scorpion-3 Hoverbike Prototype Resembles Floating Jet Ski

A new hoverbike prototype is grabbing attention for its ability to fly/float through the air. Resembling a cross between a motorcycle, a Jet Ski and a drone, you have to see it to believe it! (VIDEO)

New Virtual Reality Film Allows Users To Tour Amazon Rainforest

Get out and explore the world — even if you cant do it in person — with new virtual reality film that takes you places you've never seen before. (VIDEO)

New Heat-Reflecting Wrap May Be The Beginning Of Energy-Free AC

A new super material that can be mass produced from inexpensive materials might just be the answer to solar alternatives.

Tiny Patch To Reduce Peanut Allergies Shows Promise

Allergic reactions to foods such as peanuts can have life-threatening consequences. Now, there's a new transdermal patch on the horizon that could change all that.

Temporary Tattoo To Keep Drunk Drivers Off The Road

Researchers at UC San Diego have come up with a wearable to keep you off the road and out of trouble if you've been imbibing and you're not sure how to proceed when it comes to getting yourself home. Check it out.

Buddy System Bracelet Offers Extra Layer Of Security For Women

If you're a female and concerned about physical safety, you and your besties might want to consider investing in some Ōnee bracelets for Christmas. They may end up being the ultimate accessory for best friends, sisters and wingwomen everywhere.

iBag2 Puts Your Spending On Lockdown When You Lose Your Resolve

If you're like a lot of people, you have a tough time passing up that bargain or saying no to items you just don't need but are appealing, nonetheless. Now, there's help putting on the brakes when you can't from a bag that tightens the purse strings for you. (VIDEO)

Super Cute Little Robot Designed To Help Kids With Autism

As of December of 2013, the CDC released the estimate that approximately one out of every 68 children in the United States currently has autism, and boys are four to five times more likely than girls to be diagnosed with it. Aisoy1 V5 hopes to help them.

Sneakers Made From Recycled Carbon Emissions

Athletic shoes made from carbon dioxide? Yup, and that's not all. Find out what other innovative ideas are helping us tackle pollution.