May 2014: The Invention Awards
Letter From The Editor Invention Is for Everyone Features Nick Offerman: Why We Should Build Stuff The 2014 Invention Awards...
Letter From The Editor
Invention Is for Everyone
Nick Offerman: Why We Should Build Stuff
The 2014 Invention Awards
A flat bike helmet, a robotic exoskeleton, and more.
- A Personal Electric Airplane That Won’t Need A Runway
- 360-Degree Infrared Vision
- Stash Your Bike Helmet In A Briefcase
- A Powerful, Portable, And Affordable Robotic Exoskeleton
- Control An Old, Unruly Radiator With A Smartphone
- An Electronic Studio At Guitarists’ Fingertips
- Seal Combat Wounds In 15 Seconds
- Charge Gadgets With Your Footsteps
- A Cryogenic Engine Powered By Heat
The Master Code
**Randal Koene is recruiting top neuroscientists to help him upload our brains to a computer, in the name of humanity. **By Adam Piore
The Life Cycle Of Ideas
**The rise and fall of scientific ideas. **By Katie Peek
Age of the Asteroid
Massive space rocks hurtle past Earth with frightening regularity. Some scientists want to deflect them. Others want to drag one closer. By James Vlahos
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