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6 d ago
Hybrid Emergency Warning Systems
This Tsunami Warning System Doubles as a Traffic Sign
Inclement weather and natural disasters are becoming regular occurrences around the world, so this Tsunami Warning System is designed to be a permanent installation to help warn inhabitants. When...
4 w ago
Plastic-Removing Ocean Filterers
The 'Oclean' System Targets Plastic Pollution in the Oceans
The level of plastic pollution in the oceans around the world is reaching epidemic levels, so many innovations to help correct the issue like the ‘Oclean’ System are being observed....
15 w ago
Spider-Like DIY Robots
STEMI is a Six-Legged, Open Source Build-Your-Own Robot for Kids
There are a lot of robots on the market today, but not many provide as many opportunities for creativity and fun as the STEMI build-your-own robot kit. The build-your-own robot’s name is...
15 w ago
Custom 3D-Printed Clogs
These Futuristic Sneakers Offer a Modern Take on Traditional Danish Clogs
The Dutch Minister of Education, Innovation and Science recently commissioned a team of designers to create a pair of futuristic sneakers that are both innovative and comfortable. When it comes to...
20 w ago
Immersive Waterfall Installations
This Unique Exhibit is Designed for Visitor Interaction
‘Connected Worlds’ is a new museum exhibit that is designed to encourage visitor interaction. For many children, museums provide a passive learning experience. This immersive waterfall...
27 w ago
Easy Productivity Tips
CourseFinder's Infographic Lists Six Science-Supported Productivity Hacks
If being more productive is a high priority for you, then these productivity hacks could prove useful in taking your work to the next level. Created by Australian career tips and advice site...
30 w ago
Omnidirectional Wireless Chargers
This Wireless Charging Technology Can Handle Multiple Devices
Researchers at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed an omnidirectional wireless charging technology that is capable of charging multiple devices at once....
32 w ago
Movable Pinball Sets
This Magnetic Game Allows Children to Recreate Pinball in Different Ways
‘Fun Pinball’ is a new magnetic game that puts an contemporary twist on a classic arcade game. Developed by a group of industrial designers at Taiwan’s National Yunlin University...
27 w ago
Low-Tech DIY Flashlights
This Clever Homemade Flashlight is Powered by Old Batteries
‘Popular Science’ recently published a tutorial for building a homemade flashlight that is powered by recycled batteries. If you’ve been looking for a clever way to use up all of...
41 w ago
Wildlife X-Ray Photography
Wataru Yoshida Mammal Posters Explore an Animal's Physical Structure
This mammal poster series is the work of Wataru Yoshida and features captivating x-ray photographs. The graphic designer is a Tama Art University student who shows off his immense talent in his...
36 w ago
Towering Ice Cream Printers
Chen Liyuan's 3D Printing Ice Cream Dispenser Doles Out Cones Fairly
Much to the dismay of discerning dessert lovers everywhere, when an ice cream dispenser is operated, the swirls are often inconsistent, leaving kids crying and some adults feeling as though they&#...
39 w ago
Digitally Connected Mirrors
MirrorMirror Uses Facial Recognition to Display Digital Feeds
MirrorMirror is a high-tech mirror that doubles as an information interface. Developed by a team of students at the Colleges of Science and Engineering at Purdue University, this piece of technology...
46 w ago
Futuristic Roman Eco Cities
Cita Della Scienza is a Sustainable Eco-District Envisioned For Rome
Citta della Scienza—or City of Science—is an upmarket, highly sustainable eco-district envisioned by Vincent Callebaut, as he turns his future towards the Eternal City soon after...
47 w ago
Fatherly Playtime Kits
The Cooper Kit Supplies Monthly Dad and Kid Activities
Knowing that many moms are the ones buying subscription kits for kids, Cooper & Kid decided to go in the complete opposite direction, offering boxes brimming with dad and kid activities....
48 w ago
Iconic Chemist Art
Rachel Ignotofsky's 'Women in Science' Pays Tribute to Lady Genuises
Rachel Ignotofsky is a Kansas City-based designer who has launched a new series of illustrations called ‘Women in Science.’ Ignotofsky’s goal is to create 50 drawings of some of...
50 w ago
Membrane Water Filters
This Water Filter System Was Developed By Indian Scientists
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore have developed a special membrane water filter system that can produce safe drinking water by filtering out nano-particles and destroying E....
54 w ago
3D Printing Labs
Israel's Fab Lab Makes 3D Printing Accessible to the Public
3D printing is an awe-inspiring emerging technology, but 3D printers have not yet become a household item—until that time, there’s the Fab Lab in Israel, which makes this technology...
60 w ago
Hackable Educational Robots
The iRobot Create 2 Wants Students to Hack It
The iRobot Create 2 is a new educational robot, that borrows from the platform of iRobot’s famous Roomba vacuum-cleaning robot, that is designed to stimulate students’ minds. The...
15 w ago
Diabetes Spoof Ads
This Video Aims to Reduce Instances of Obesity-Related Disease in the US
The ‘Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)’ recently debuted an ad that aims to reduce instances of obesity-related disease in the US. In 1971 Coca-Cola released its ‘...
15 w ago
Virtual K-pop Teachers
This Virtual Teacher Allows Amateurs to Easily Learn K-pop Dance Moves
This digital teacher instructs girl and boy band wannabes in learning K-pop dance choreography. K-pop dances are notoriously synchronized and intensely choreographed, which means that they can be...
19 w ago
Galactic Knitted Hats
These Star Trek Beanies Will Keep You Warm and Geeky in the Winter
Fans of the Star Trek universe can keep their heads warm and cozy this winter with these Original Series knitted hats inspired by the popular characters and storylines of the series. These cute hats...
19 w ago
Satirical Soda Stunts
This Campaign for Diabetes and Health Urges Brand Transparency
The ‘Share a Coke’ campaign from Coca-Cola has been around for years now, but the Center for Science in the Public Interest was recently inspired by the initiative to create a new...
35 w ago
Wilderness Explorer Kits
This Science on a Nature Walk Kit Educates Kids About the Outdoors
This Science on a Nature Walk kit brings out a child’s inner wilderness explorer. The outdoor learning kit is equipped with binoculars, a butterfly net, chromatography paper and a magnifying...
39 w ago
Heart Attack Thermometers
This Compact Device Can Diagnose Heart Conditions
Scientists from Pohang University of Science and Technology in Korea have created a simple thermometer-like device that makes it easy to diagnose heart conditions. To use the device, a sample of...