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Innovation

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United Kingdom, Europe
Can the hydrogen-powered Riversimple eliminate motoring's environmental impact?
BBC
 | Innovation
November 15, 2014
Europe, Germany
However, there are concerns as Philae's harpoons fail to fix to the surface.
Sky News
 | Innovation
November 13, 2014
World
The crucial next step in the aircraft industry is the full electrification of airplanes.
The Conversation
 | Innovation
November 11, 2014
Japan, Asia
Imagine if you could fold your laptop down the size of a smartphone. It will be possible soon.
Geek
 | Innovation
November 10, 2014
Netherlands, Europe
Leave it to the Dutch to make cycling even greener.
CityLab
 | Innovation
November 10, 2014
France, Europe, Antarctica
Studying animal behavior with robots can be tricky, but apparently it works with penguins.
CNET
 | Innovation
November 08, 2014
United States, North America
The black hole present in the movie is the most scientifically accurate one ever put to the screen.
Business Insider
 | Innovation
November 07, 2014
United States, North America
Some people see the world as it is; others see it as it could be.
3DPrint
 | Innovation
November 05, 2014
South Africa, Africa
The school bags can be charged during daytime and used as lamplights for evening study.
Eyewitness News
 | Innovation
November 04, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
This new windowless plane lets you have your head in the clouds.
RT
 | Innovation
October 28, 2014
United States, North America
According to the founder of Tesla Motors, AI is the biggest threat of the 21st century.
TechCrunch
 | Innovation
October 28, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
STAR is a super yacht concept that will cost an estimated $500 million.
The Verge
 | Innovation
October 28, 2014
Japan, Asia
Only in Japan? We think so.
SimpleBotics
 | Innovation
October 27, 2014
China, Russia, Asia, Europe
The world's longest rail journey would go from six to only two days.
Denmark, Europe
The soundwaves would generate particular letters, such as S-U-N, W-A-T-E-R and I-C-E.
Design Boom
 | Innovation
October 25, 2014
United States, North America
Hugh Herr is now envisioning new capabilities for everyone else way beyond his own.
Smithsonian
 | Innovation
October 25, 2014
India, Asia
The new Indian government has delivered on its promise to enhance solar power capacity.
Clean Technica
 | Innovation
October 25, 2014
China, Asia
In this library, everything comes from a tree. It's also regulating its own temperature.
CTV News
 | Innovation
October 24, 2014
Japan, Asia
The rooftop garden both insulates and integrates the structure with the surrounding landscape.
Design Boom
 | Innovation
October 23, 2014
China, Asia
It's sucking the air in and out, so you keep yourself dry while splashing everyone around.
Citylab
 | Innovation
October 22, 2014
New Zealand, Oceania
Scientists predict the odds of another magnitude-8 earthquake in the next 50 years are 28%.
Yahoo
 | Innovation
October 22, 2014
Estonia, Europe
We're getting a step closer to Aldous Huxley's Brave New World.
New Scientist
 | Innovation
October 21, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
Mind the gap: there's no gap anymore.
CNN
 | Innovation
October 19, 2014
United States, North America
H2OME is suitable for shallow warm seas, lagoons or mountain lakes. Its price? $10M.
Wonderful Engineering
 | Innovation
October 16, 2014
World, United States, China, Canada, North America
What if it burns down you may ask? The new timber protective layer is nearly fireproof.
The Guardian
 | Innovation
October 16, 2014
Vietnam, Asia
Vo Trong Nghia specializes in bamboo buildings and other eco-friendly designs.
Tree Hugger
 | Innovation
October 14, 2014
Denmark, Europe
Forget scuba diving, you can now become a real human-fish hybrid.
Motherboard
 | Innovation
October 12, 2014
Finland, Europe
Will citizens of the Finnish capital be car-free by 2025?
Smithsonian
 | Innovation
October 11, 2014
Tanzania, Africa
Who said technology couldn't go hand in hand with solving global issues?
SciDev
 | Innovation
October 10, 2014
United States, North America
As sea levels rise, you're never too cautious when your city lies along the shore.
The Verge
 | Innovation
October 08, 2014
Belgium, Europe
“It is a win-win situation for everyone."
Tree Hugger
 | Innovation
October 05, 2014
China, Asia
Here's a perfect way to save space while encouraging physical activity.
Tree Hugger
 | Innovation
October 04, 2014
Japan, Asia
Are you craving for fresh noodles? Get your chopsticks ready, the solution has arrived.
Tokyo Times
 | Innovation
October 04, 2014
India, Asia
Is China the next superpower to reach the red planet?
Mic
 | Innovation
September 30, 2014
China, Asia
Cellphone-addicted citizens of Chongqing must be delighted to have their own space.
PC Mag
 | Innovation
September 22, 2014
World
In response to rapid urban growth, modular cities emerge as a potential solution.
Web Urbanist
 | Innovation
September 12, 2014
North America, United States
The $1.3 billion factory could become the world's largest battery manufacturer by 2020.
Tesla
 | Innovation
September 11, 2014
Switzerland, Europe
The device could revolutionize workspace and waiting lines like never before.
Smithsonian
 | Innovation
September 11, 2014
China, Asia
Chinese giant Baidu could bring food inspection into the hands of every consumer.
Quartz
 | Innovation
September 06, 2014
Ethiopia, Africa
The Chinese-built tram is the first of 41 planned for the network in Addis Ababa.
Railway Gazette
 | Innovation
September 05, 2014
Ecuador, South America
The country’s central bank claims that it would begin distributing in December.
Quartz
 | Innovation
September 05, 2014
World
You can now record your favorite landscapes in special motion like a pro.
Quartz
 | Innovation
August 28, 2014
World
Who said you had to be an old crazy mathematician to create ingenious stuff?
Oddee
 | Innovation
August 28, 2014
United States, North America
If applied on a large scale, Colony Collapse Disorder would become a thing of the past.
National Geographic
 | Innovation
August 27, 2014
China, Asia
All hail modern medicine and technology, by which miracles now do happen.
The Daily Dot
 | Innovation
August 27, 2014
United States, North America
From Oregon to NY, embark on a journey to the future with the Millennial Trains Project.
National Geographic
 | Innovation
August 27, 2014
United States, North America
Remember the calculators running on solar energy? Your iPhone could do the same.
Web Urbanist
 | Innovation
August 26, 2014
France, Europe
Imagine flying with a 360-degree view of the Grand Canyon or the Moon.
Mashable
 | Innovation
August 18, 2014

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