Featured by Elizabeth Svoboda
Brilliant 10: Deva Ramanan Trains Computers To Identify People
And even to understand what those people are doing.
Brilliant 10: The Sludge Miner
Scanning the genomes of an entire ecosystem will help scientists understand carbon sequestration
2011 Invention Awards: Dynamically Glare-Blocking LCD Sunglasses
Sunglasses that block out points of bright light with LCD-screen lenses
Pigging the Unpiggable: Robots Keep Gas Lines From Blowing Up
This new little piggy goes where the rest can’t
Instant Expert: Rebuilding Human Minds
Scientists hope to strengthen aging brains by tweaking the behavior of DNA
Costa Rica Discontinues Unproven Stem Cell Treatments
In Popular Science‘s July issue, we look at the phenomenon of stem-cell tourism: patients who head overseas for experimental medical...
Stem-Cell Tourism: Adventures at the Fringes of Experimental Medicine
Droves of patients are heading overseas for stem-cell therapies unavailable in the U.S. Is it a dangerous scam -- or is America just behind the curve?
Invention Awards: An Inexpensive, Portable Ventilator
An inexpensive portable ventilator designed to save lives during a pandemic
Invention Awards: A Hearing Aid That Uses Bones to Conduct Sound
A device that restores hearing by transmitting sound through the teeth and bones
High School Inventors Design for the Future: 2010 Conrad Awards Winners
Student visions for robots, space nutrition, and more