The new “Hybrid Air” system by Peugot will reduce CO2 emissions and save consumers money by utilizing a dual gasoline and compressed air engine.
IBM researchers have produced the first viable semiconductor chip – the foundation for all electronic devices – with circuits made from graphene, a material that is 10,000x faster and likely to soon replace traditional silicon-based chips.
This low-cost, credit card sized device designed by University of Washington undergraduate students uses microfluidic properties to reduce the time it takes to diagnose the often terminal pancreatic cancer.
What if machines could react based on our mood and emotions? Enter in Rapport, a project that is attempting to bridge the gap between human emotion and the machines we’ve come to enjoy.
To reduce the aviation industry’s global carbon footprint, industry heavyweight Boeing is working with partners in the Middle East on a new biofuel made from desert plants that are fed with seawater.
With so much new wearable technology out there like smart watches and augmented reality glasses, it’s nice to see something new to the market that’s at least a little less frivolous: a smart contact lens by Google X that allows diabetics to easily monitor their blood sugar.
The “Betaray” is a spherical marble globe which converts light from the sun, moon and clouds into energy.
With a ground breaking innovation in the world of prosthetics, researchers at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago have helped bring to life technology that could restore some semblance of normalcy for war veterans: a bionic leg that can read and respond to brain signals.
The Gaia Telescope, which launched into space on December 19, 2013, will observe 1 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy.
According to Grace Communications Foundation, big agricultural companies produce food in high volume but sacrifice the environment, food safety and soil and water quality among other things. Enter in Soil IQ, a hardware probe and mobile app system which enables gardeners and small farmers to grow healthy food sustainably.
A new technology system developed in Mexico now allows electricity to be generated through vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Developed by Mexican entrepreneur Héctor Ricardo Macías Hernández, the innovative electric energy system converts air pressure generated by moving traffic into sustainable electric energy.