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01/03/2018 / By JD Heyes

There is an expression that some people ‘carry their heart on their sleeve,’ which means those people tend to openly

http://www.inventions.news/2018-01-03-british-woman-now-carries-her-heart-around-in-a-backpack-after-an-amazing-life-saving-surgery.html

01/02/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

A new sole design is taking the first steps to “heeling” your foot pain. Researchers from the Simon Fraser University

http://www.inventions.news/2018-01-02-are-your-dogs-barking-researchers-develop-tech-to-relieve-foot-pain-for-people-who-have-to-stand-all-day.html

12/30/2017 / By Ralph Flores

If you like body art, but you aren’t quite committed to having a tattoo, this may be the next best

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-30-new-living-tattoos-are-made-with-a-3d-printer-respond-to-changes-in-the-environment.html

12/28/2017 / By David Williams

Mother Nature will never cease to amaze, with its seemingly endless list of natural energy resources that are just waiting to

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-28-scientists-create-cheap-non-metallic-sustainable-battery-from-tree-bark.html

12/28/2017 / By David Williams

Most conversations involving drones revolve around the fact that they can be used for surveillance on individuals, and so they

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-28-drones-with-built-in-cameras-now-being-used-to-fight-malaria.html

12/27/2017 / By David Williams

Threats to cybersecurity aren’t just limited to the home or office environment. There are some people who have to handle

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-27-researchers-create-virtually-indestructible-chips-that-are-also-unhackable-study-finds.html

12/27/2017 / By Rita Winters

One of the benefits of being an astronaut is that you get to “walk” in space. Free from the tethers

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-27-new-spacesuit-could-save-astronaut-lives-with-a-take-me-home-button-could-be-ready-in-5-years-making-space-walks-safer.html

12/26/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Looking for signs of heart and lung disease in the future could just be as easy as checking your breath,

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-26-revolutionary-technology-diagnose-heart-lung-disease-breath.html

12/26/2017 / By David Williams

Ever since smartphone makers thought it was acceptable to build phones with nothing but mostly screens on them, the world has

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-26-self-healing-glass-discovered-by-scientists-accidentally-could-lead-to-end-of-smashed-screens.html

12/26/2017 / By David Williams

These days, lightweight running shoes are a dime a dozen. Is there any way to improve upon them? Researchers from

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-26-graphene-running-shoes-on-track-to-hit-the-market-beginning-next-year.html

12/24/2017 / By Zoey Sky

It has been two decades since DeepBlue defeated Garry Kasparov in a match, but chess players were surprised by another development. The

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-24-new-level-of-intelligence-a-new-ai-can-teach-itself-with-a-reinforcement-learning-algorithm-resulting-in-superhuman-abilities.html

12/18/2017 / By Rita Winters

Artificial light has both its risks and benefits, but a new study shows that it may be the solution to minimally

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-18-researchers-are-developing-light-therapy-as-an-alternative-treatment-for-disease.html

12/18/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. – about 790,000 Americans have a heart attack per year,

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-18-new-iphone-app-can-monitor-your-pulse-for-heart-failure.html

12/18/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A technology that can 4D print body organs may become a reality in the near future. A team of scientists

http://www.inventions.news/2017-12-18-technology-with-a-biological-function-researchers-develop-4-d-printing-that-may-lead-to-the-engineering-of-human-organs.html