ALL POSTS TAGGED WITH science
10/16/2017 / By JD Heyes

Researchers at MIT, Harvard, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are closing in on the development of so-called “intelligence bandages” that

http://www.inventions.news/2017-10-16-new-smart-bandages-will-dramatically-cut-healing-time-for-wounds-in-chronic-patients.html

10/16/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

In Shropshire, England, fields of crops are being grown by tractors and drones without the need of drivers. These self-driving vehicles

http://www.inventions.news/2017-10-16-drivers-no-longer-wanted-from-trucking-convoys-to-tractors-smart-driverless-tech-is-set-to-revolutionize-industry.html

10/13/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

The ability to see what lies around a corner sounds like a useful yet implausible ability. Yet researchers from the

http://www.inventions.news/2017-10-13-get-superhero-powers-on-your-smartphone-new-ai-camera-lets-you-see-around-corners.html

10/13/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

Researchers in Paris are reportedly developing robot technology that can determine gender based on the human touch. The emotional robot project, within

http://www.inventions.news/2017-10-13-robots-will-know-your-gender-and-personality-with-one-handshake-will-the-alt-left-have-them-destroyed-for-their-binary-judgments.html

10/12/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Lithium batteries that are made from asphalt have the capability of charging 10 to 20 times faster than commercial lithium-ion

http://www.inventions.news/2017-10-12-paving-the-way-to-faster-power-scientists-discover-adding-asphalt-to-lithium-ion-batteries-makes-them-charge-up-to-20-times-faster.html

10/03/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Scientists developed a new idea for invisibility technology that would allow light waves to pass straight through a special material without

http://www.inventions.news/2017-10-03-breakthrough-in-invisibility-technology-scientists-have-created-a-material-that-allows-light-waves-to-pass-straight-through.html

10/02/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

A group of scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed a novel organic material that boasts of

http://www.inventions.news/2017-10-02-environmentally-friendly-rechargeable-batteries-scientists-have-invented-a-new-material-that-conducts-and-stores-electricity-efficiently.html

09/09/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Are traffic lights set to become a thing of the past? They very well could be in a future where

http://www.inventions.news/2017-09-09-traffic-lights-could-soon-be-obsolete-as-semi-autonomous-cars-weave-themselves-through-intersections-by-talking-to-other-vehicles.html

08/06/2017 / By Russel Davis

A team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, University of Auckland, and Oregon State University has recently developed a catalyst that

http://www.inventions.news/2017-08-06-science-breakthrough-removes-nearly-all-bpa-from-water-at-very-low-cost.html

05/09/2017 / By Russel Davis

Recently, Swedish scientists successfully developed cartilage tissue by printing stem cells through a 3D bioprinter. As part of the study, a team of researchers

http://www.inventions.news/2017-05-09-scientists-successfully-3d-print-human-cartilage-with-a-breakthrough-stem-cell-printer.html