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Published in : 2016-05-18 | by Tech Insider
Nobody knows exactly when death is going to knock on your door. However, these new medical inventions could increase your chances to avoid it.
Published in : 2018-01-11 | by Tech Insider
1. This bin collects garbage from the sea. Seabin has a pump that creates a flow of water. The garbage is caught in a bag, allowing water to flow out back to sea.
Published in : 2019-02-08 | by Tech Insider
From whirlpool turbines to edible cutlery, water blobs, and package-free shampoo and toothpaste. We've compiled a list of 22 inventions that could help us cut ...
Published in : 2017-05-10 | by Tech Insider
A lot of things you use on a daily basis have their roots in DARPA projects that were intended for military purposes. Sharon Weinberger, the author of the book ...
Published in : 2018-01-02 | by Tech Insider
These are the Top 5 Health and Medicine innovations that we found in 2017. The video includes a treadmill that completely submerges your body in water.
Published in : 2018-07-09 | by Tech Insider
DermaClip is a needle-less alternative to conventional stitches or surgical staples. The adhesive clips are placed around a wound so doctors can pull it closed ...
Published in : 2017-04-20 | by Tech Insider
DARPA, or the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is tasked with exploring some far out science and technology projects to benefit the United States.
Published in : 2018-12-14 | by Tech Insider
Imagine if we could replace fossil fuels with our very own stars. And no, we're not talking about solar-power. We're talking nuclear fusion. And right now China is ...
Published in : 2017-07-26 | by Tech Insider
The Chairless Chair is a wearable brace that locks into place with the push of a button. The chair holds about 220 lbs per leg. It is available to buy. Read more: ...
Published in : 2018-04-27 | by Tech Insider
The MegaVac Mechanical Thrombectomy System by Capture Vascular is a device that removes blood clots quickly and successfully. Tech Insider tells you all ...