Featured by Jenny Everett
Inhalable Chocolate Paves the Way for a Safer TB Vaccine
In 2007, David Edwards, a biomedical engineer at Harvard University, gave his students a project: Develop a way to inhale...
The Smartest Robot Pet Yet
Loaded up with sensors and motors, this robo-dino is so lifelike, you just might consider replacing your cat
Does It Work?: The Noise-Reduction Bluetooth Headset
THE PRODUCT The Gennum nXZEN noise-reduction Bluetooth headset THE CLAIM Two microphones inside the headset zero in on the speaker´s...
Tiny Portable Satellite Radios
These portable satellite radios deliver programming from 22,000 miles above Earth to your pocket
Segway’s Next Thingamajig
Three years after its Human Transporter was supposed to change the world, Dean Kamen's innovation factory unveils a successor that just wants to have fun.
My Little Brother on Drugs
Last July, 9-year-old Alex Everett received his first shot of synthetic human growth hormone--an injection he will get every night for eight years. Alex is not sick--he is short. Should we be treating stature as a medical condition?
Boombox that Takes a Work-Site Beating
A stereo with shock absorbers -- and it'll charge your power tools.
God Bless the USB
Got a spare port? Not any more you don't.
In Headlines: Opinion
In defense of the first genetically engineered pet.