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22 w ago
The Danger of Silence
This Speaking Up Spoken Word Outlines the Problem with Staying Quiet
Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University, Clint Smith is a teacher and writer who gives a “speaking up” spoken word presentation that discusses the importance of speaking against injustice....
36 w ago
The Resveratrol Lift Collection Was Designed by a Harvard Scientist
The Resveratrol Lift skin care collection was designed to enhance skin and restore some of its youthful properties. The skin care collection from Caudalie was designed with the help of the life-...
39 w ago
Portable Vaccine Pellets
These Freeze-Dried Pellets Can Generate Vaccines When Rehydrated
A group of scientists and engineers working out of Harvard University’s Wyss Institute have developed an exceptionally innovative and high-tech portable vaccine kit that is designed to make it...
43 w ago
Autonomous Octopus Robots
This Soft Robot Was Developed By Harvard University Engineers
A group of engineers and scientists working out of Harvard University have developed an exceptionally high-tech soft robot whose form is inspired by the octopus. Aptly named the Octobot, this robot...
45 w ago
Kitchenless Communal Living Concepts
'Kitchenless City' Won the Prestigious Wheelwright Prize
‘Kitchenless City: Architectural Systems for Social Welfare’ is a research and design project by Anna Puigjaner and her associates at MAIO Studio, a Barcelona-based architecture firm....
49 w ago
Sustainable Vitamin Batteries
The New Concept from Harvard Scientists Stores Energy Using Vitamins
Cutting edge science from Harvard University has produced a vitamin battery that may provide a non-toxic, organic solution to green energy storage. Whereas previous attempts at using quinones, a...
50 w ago
Rat Muscle Was Used to Power a Bio-Hybrid Stingray
A research team at Harvard University’s Department of Bio-engineering and Applied Sciences has developed a bio-hybrid stingray robot. The biorobotic stingray is powered by rate muscle cells....
55 w ago
Photosynthesizing Bionic Leaves
Scientists Developed a Bionic Leaf That Turns Sunlight into Fuel
In what is an important scientific breakthrough, scientists at Harvard University have developed a bionic leaf that can use artificial photosynthesis to convert sunlight into liquid fuel. The...
39 w ago
Top 45 Robot Concepts in September
From Drone Rental Platforms to Robotic AI Toys
These September 2016 robots range from intelligent AI toys to egg-shaped camera drones that are designed to capture HD imagery while in flight. The month’s most notable standouts include...
154 w ago
7 Cool Products With a Purpose
Brought to You by National Geographic
While there are tons of nifty products out there, here are seven creative products that help others make an impact on the local and global level. Do you also have an innovative idea that could make...
57 w ago
These Vibrating Insoles for Shoes Help Improve Walking Performance
Researchers at Harvard University have created performance-enhancing vibrating insoles. The insoles work by “electrically stimulating the feet with random vibrations.” While the user...
61 w ago
Cute Code-Teaching Robots
The 'Root' is a New Robot for Learning How to Code and More
It’s becoming a more imperative notion for children to learn to code at an early age, so the ‘Root’ is a new robot that looks to make the experience more fun and interactive....
62 w ago
Robotic Youth Coding Instructors
The Root Robot is Programmed to Educate Children on HTML
Root is a robot designed by researchers at Harvard University with the intention as acting as a coding instructor for youth demographics. The robot works in conjunction with an app uploaded onto a...
64 w ago
Football Player Health Apps
The TeamStudy App Monitors the Cognitive Health of Former NFL Players
A group of researchers from Harvard University developed a new app called ‘TeamStudy’ that can be used to monitor the changes in the bodies of professional athletes. In recent years,...
66 w ago
Opacity-Adjusting Smart Windows
These Smart Windows' Transparency Can Be Altered In Seconds
A group of researchers and engineers working out of Harvard University are developing exceptionally high-tech smart windows that are capable of adjustable opacity, which allows you to control the...
88 w ago
Multi-Tiered Mountain Homes
This Breathtaking Cabin is Perched on a Mountain Peak
The ‘Skuta Mountain Shelter’ is a breathtaking home that is perched on a mountain peak. For many people, a beautiful view is just as important as the design of the home itself. This...
99 w ago
Scientists from Seoul National University and Harvard University have teamed up to develop an amphibious robot that is capable of jumping off the water’s surface, just like many insects. The...
145 w ago
Wearable Soft Exosuits
Connor Walsh Creates Wearable Robotics To Enhance Mobility for Soldiers
Sci-fi films depict the enhancement of a person’s natural mobility in a couple of ways: hard robotic outfits or near-supernatural medical procedures. These soft exosuits can be likened as a...
4 w ago
Engaging in Public Affairs
The Harvard Class Day Speech by Joe Biden is About Civic Participation
In his Class Day speech at Harvard University, former Vice President of the United States Joe Biden encourages the new graduates to be engaged in political affairs. The speaker discusses the “...
4 w ago
Creating Purpose for Everyone
Mark Zuckerberg's Purpose Speech Discusses a Generational Challenge
In his purpose speech, Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg inspires the graduating class of 2017 at Harvard University. After acknowledging the new college graduates had accomplished something he never...
9 w ago
Unexpected Effects of Racism
David Williams Gives a Speech About the Effects of Racism on Health
Dr. David R. Williams is Professor of Public Health, African American Studies and of Sociology at Harvard University, and he recently gave a speech on how racism effects people’s quality of...
35 w ago
Heart-Tracking Printed Organs
Harvard University Has Created the First 3D-Printed Heart
While a printed organ in the form of a heart has not technically been created, this 3D-printed chip is the first of its kind and boasts similar functions. Named the “Heart on a Chip”...
86 w ago
The Zoolophone's Keys Are Shaped Like Animals
A group of scientists from Columbia University, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have collaborated to create a sophisticated xylophone-like instrument that has...
150 w ago
Origami Transformer Robots
This Origami-Inspired Robot Can Assemble Itself and Scuttle Around
Scientists at Harvard University and MIT (where else) have developed an origami-inspired robot that can assemble itself and move around completely autonomously. The scientists’ prototype can...
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