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7 World-Saving Inventions From Art School Kids
The concepts and prototypes include a hand-powered washing machine, a landmine-removal kit, and more
19-Year-Old Biotech Enthusiast Will Trade Coffee Beans for Lab Equipment
Avery Ashley wants to make a deal: his home-roasted coffee beans for lab equipment that'll let him grow his first batch of glowing bugs, so he can one day bioengineer...
Expired Patents Turned Into Models You Can 3-D Print
Quaint and awesome
This Voice-Activated Organizing Robot Makes Sure You’ll Never Lose A Screw
Danh Trinh built StorageBot to keep track of easily lost workshop parts. Even better, it responds to the sound of his voice.
A Hacked Mobile Antenna In A Backpack Could Spy On Cell Phone Conversations
Vulnerability could allow for homegrown NSA-like spies.
The 8 Best Student Tech Projects At Microsoft’s Imagine Cup
A quick blood type test, an app that syncs music playback on your phone and more
A DIY Microwave Hack Downloads Cooking Instructions From Barcodes
For when microwaving isn't easy enough.
In Chicago, 3-D Printers Are Available To Anyone With A Library Card
The Harold Washington Library's new Maker Lab is free and open to the public. Get making!
Turn Household Objects Into Drones With New DIY Kit
This 3-D printing kit lets you transform any sufficiently light object into a flying quadrotor.
A Dog Door That Unlocks With A Bark
David Hunt doesn't get out a circular saw to hack a hole in his door when he gets a dog. No, David Hunt aims for something much bigger, a difficult...