News Want a real hoverboard? Doc Brown and Tony Hawk say it's coming
http://www.dvice.com, Michael Trei
Most people who saw Back To The Future II came away from the theater wanting two things in life, a flying DeLorean, and a hoverboard. Now, Christopher Lloyd who played Doc Brown in the movie says you can have the hoverboard real soon, as long as you
News Nano-Tweezers Can Move Molecules With Light
http://www.popsci.com, By Douglas Main
Just in case you were getting bored with the world, we bring you a tiny tweezer made of light beams.
News This Woman Invented a Way to Run 30 Lab Tests on Only One Drop of Blood
http://www.wired.com, By Caitlin Roper
Phlebotomy. Even the word sounds archaicand thats nothing compared to the slow, expensive, and inefficient reality of drawing blood and having it tested.
News Burt Rutan developing new seaplane
http://www.aopa.org, By Alton K. Marsh
Two years after retirement, Burt Rutan is at it again, developing a new seaplane called the Skigull at his cabin near Coeur dAlene, Idaho. At first he thought he had an original design, a tandem-seat twin-engine amphibian that rises from the water o
News Amazing Ark Hotel in China
We can't imagine a hotel being built in six days unless we're talking about one of those pop-up hotels but in Changsa, China The Ark Hotel was built in just SIX DAYS.
News ANAKLIA Sea Hotel - floating underwater leisure center
http://www.youtube.com, Panagiotis Zagklis
Floating underwater leisure center «ANAKLIA 1, 2» (hereinafter Center hereinafter Center) is intended for comprehensive service of travel industry, as well as to conduct business meetings and sport competitions and to have holiday on south seashore.
News Dean of Invention- The Puffin - Personal Flying Machine
For more unbelievable inventions, visit http://planetgreen.com/dean | This personal aircraft, through NASA, may be the next best way to travel to work without worrying about rush hour traffic. It can even control itself on autopilot in case of emerge
News Rupal Patel: Synthetic voices, as unique as fingerprints
Many of those with severe speech disorders use a computerized device to communicate. Yet they choose between only a few voice options.
News World's strongest robot muscles made from everyday fishing line
http://www.dvice.com, Colin Druce-McFadden
At the University of Texas at Dallas, there's a professor by the name of Ray Baughman. He's a man obsessed with outlandishly strong muscle just not the human kind. Back in 2011, he used carbon nanotubes to create an artificial muscle capable of rot
News How a pomegranate inspired a new lithium ion battery design
http://gigaom.com, By Katie Fehrenbacher
A new battery innovation borrows from nature and could solve some big problems with using silicon in lithium in batteries.
Headlines: Video: A Winter Tire With Retractable Studs -- This Electric Sled Is A Miniature Winter Tank -- How a pomegranate inspired a new lithium ion battery design -- World's strongest robot muscles made from everyday fishing line -- Rupal Patel: Synthetic voices, as unique as fingerprints -- Dean of Invention- The Puffin - Personal Flying Machine -- ANAKLIA Sea Hotel - floating underwater leisure center -- Amazing Ark Hotel in China
-- Burt Rutan developing new seaplane -- The Car That Runs On Air -- Storing the Sun -- This Woman Invented a Way to Run 30 Lab Tests on Only One Drop of Blood -- The First Mass-Produced Hydrogen Car -- Nano-Tweezers Can Move Molecules With Light -- The World's Longest Aircraft Is Half-Blimp, Half-Zeppelin -- Want a real hoverboard? Doc Brown and Tony Hawk say it's coming -- Want to Give Internet Snoops the Slip? --