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Meet The NASA Scientist Who’s Reinventing The Wheel
Salim Nasser's wheel design could dramatically reduce the repetitive-stress injuries that often plague manual wheelchair users.
How A Tool For Perfect Human Vision Grew From One Of NASA’s Greatest Blunders
Technology used to build NASA’s newest eyes on the heavens will help people see farther and clearer.
Meet The 22-Year-Old Inventor Helping Marketers Read Your Mind
NeuroSpire, with Jake Stauch at the helm, has developed software that lets companies scan brains to deliver better ads--and do it on the cheap.
How Winter Woes Inspired A Nanotech Fix For Everything From Cold Necks To Knee Pain
Kranthi Kiran Vistakula developed technology that can keep your body comfortable in outside temperatures that range from -50 to 50 degrees Celsius.
How Inkjet Printers Are Helping Scientists Discover New Drugs
Hewlett Packard has spent the past 25 years in the printing business, enabling legions of businesses to print documents and … Continued
Could This App Treat Depression?
A new company with a Harvard psychiatrist as inventor-in-residence says it's got the research to back up its claims.
The Amazing Story Of The $300 Glasses That Correct Colorblindness
Mark Changizi and Tim Barber turned research on human vision and blood flow into colorblindness-correcting glasses you can buy on Amazon. Here’s how they did it.
How A Radiator Retrofit That Could Save The U.S. Billions Went From Bedroom To Boardroom
Columbia University helped grad student Marshall Cox turn a dorm room hack into a commercializable system that could slash carbon emissions by more than 6 million tons a year.
The Harley inspires a zero-maintenance, belt-driven pedaler