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02/21/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Pictures of what appears to be a ship-mounted electromagnetic railgun have surfaced on Twitter. The weapon, semi-obscured by cloth, was

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-21-china-may-have-an-electromagnetic-hypersonic-railgun-photos.html

02/21/2018 / By David Williams

Amazon is slowly but surely becoming one of the most influential tech companies in the world. In fact, it has

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-21-would-you-allow-an-amazon-robot-inside-your-house-postman-bot-to-unlock-doors.html

02/21/2018 / By David Williams

With the emergence of flexible — as in bendable — consumer electronic devices like smartphones and smartwatches, the demand has

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-21-new-flexible-lithium-ion-battery-flexes-like-a-spine-revolutionize-wearable-electronics.html

02/21/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Smart coatings: they’re either too soft and wear down easily, or too hard and offer little room for flexibility. This

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-21-smart-coating-hard-like-enamel-self-heal-inspired-by-human-skin.html

02/18/2018 / By David Williams

The world’s first biofuel flight between the U.S. and Australia was achieved with great success by the teams behind it

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-18-qantas-biofuel-airliner-farm-land-grow-fuel-flight.html

02/18/2018 / By David Williams

Wearable technology has certainly come a long way ever since they first hit the mainstream market a few years back.

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-18-scientists-create-customizable-power-source-for-wearable-electronics.html

02/18/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

With Airbus’ autonomous air taxi Vahana having completed its first test flight, humanity is moving one step closer to unmanned aerial vehicle

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-18-self-flying-taxi-expected-to-launch-in-2020.html

02/18/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Your local Home Depot store may soon feature a Tesla kiosk offering solar roof tiles that blend into your roof, at-home energy storage systems

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-18-coming-to-a-home-depot-near-you-teslas-invisible-solar-roof-tiles.html

02/17/2018 / By Edsel Cook

As part of an international effort to revitalize cucumber farming, a European team presented a prototype robot that could replace

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-17-robots-automating-harvesting-cucumbers-germany.html

02/17/2018 / By David Williams

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a condition that typically occurs later in life. It has no known cure, so treating it

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-17-scientsts-develop-blood-test-toxic-protein-build-up-alzheimers-disease.html

02/15/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Meet Sawyer, the barista at the newest cafe in Japan. “He” can brew and serve hot coffee with just one

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-15-your-barista-is-being-replaced-by-a-robot-already-in-use-in-japan.html

02/15/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

A liquid skin bandage has been approved for licensing and sale by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Known as

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-15-new-liquid-bandage-uses-a-biopolymer-skin-like-elastic-for-wound-care-has-received-fda-approval.html

02/14/2018 / By David Williams

It seems like every day you see, hear, or read about something that’s being created or invented concerning all sorts

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-14-sci-fi-sound-wave-device-makes-star-trek-style-tractor-beams-out-of-powerful-mini-tornadoes.html

02/14/2018 / By David Williams

Finding Earth-like planets that could one day serve as the home of humanity can be hard enough as it is.

http://www.inventions.news/2018-02-14-breakthrough-in-the-hunt-for-earth-like-planets-nasa-optics-experts-distortions.html