Each year, the Tech Museum of Innovation recognizes innovators who are employing technology to solve the world's most pressing problems.
The Wake-Up Machine smacks you before you can hit the snooze. Continue reading →
Treating sewage water for human consumption is gaining traction in water-starved California.
The camera is one of 14 high-school student projects awarded $10,000 by the Lemelson-MIT Program. Continue reading →
Materials scientist Jay Whitacre is on a mission to change the way the world uses energy with his innovative, energy-efficient battery.
A chain of eight facilities in the United States give inventors access to professional equipment, software and experts.
From underwater robots to marshmallow cannons, future Nobel Prize winners show off their stuff.
The inventor rode the board 905 feet, 16.5 feet over the water.
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