How would you like to see the invisible? Explore the ocean 5,500 feet below the surface? Own a solar-powered car? Yes? Then read on.
Food designer prints edible snacks that grow from a mixture of seeds, spores and yeast. Continue reading →
Alternative energy is revving up without any emissions.
Researchers blended 3-D printing techniques and a combination of hard and soft materials to accomplish more accurate jumping and better landings.
Throwable cameras, 3D-printed hearts and cars and maglev hoverboards right out of the 80s movie 'Back to the Future' round out this week's gallery.
San Francisco-based firm, Pembient, wants to leverage their expertise in biotechnology to stop poaching. Continue reading →
Two robots will work simultaneously printing small segments of molten metal that will be welded together.
The Lemelson-MIT National Collegiate Student Prize Competition handed awards to the most inventive team of students.
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