The Grand Prix was awarded to Cheah Kok-wai of the Cathay Photonics company.
Students just won big prizes for helpful inventions like a sign language interpreting glove and a space gardening robot. Continue reading →
A new book revives a mid-Century philosophy to solve modern problems.
A hand crank activates a conveyor belt and directs marbles through gears and spouts to generate specific notes and sounds. Continue reading →
Graphene, a fine sheet of pure carbon, is the thinnest material known, but is 100 times stronger than steel and conducts electricity.
A college student made a real-life working 'Weasley clock' that shows where members of the family are: home, work, on holiday or in mortal peril.
Former JPL engineer Mark Rober transformed a leaf-blower into a gun that can fire 13 snowballs in .5 seconds.
British inventor Colin Furze put 1,420 fireworks on and around his crazy DIY windmill contraption, and then ignited the whole thing.
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