Latest 10 inventions

If to consider the latest 10 inventions by their importance, it's difficult to be objective as for what invention is more important that another. Speaking about inventions of 2007, according to New Scientist magazine, the list is topped by the Microsoft mind reader to be used for reading data straight from human brains. The company discovered a way of using ElectroEncephaloGram (EEG) for monitoring people's reactions to new user interfaces. The second on the list is a wide-angled gigapixel satellite surveillance system that incorporates a wide-angle camera to take images of a 10-km-square area from a 7.5 km altitude. The list is continued by the Brain radiator to be implanted into the brain, able to carry extra heat away and reduce the risk of a severe epileptic fit.
Technology (11 Mar, 2010)
Latest Invention: Technology That Allows Users to See Through Walls and Melt Objects
Researchers from the University of South Australia in collaboration with Nokia started working on one of their latest inventions that would make it possible for users of cell phones to see through walls. ...
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Science (08 Feb, 2010)
Latest Invention: Spray-on Liquid Glass that Can Cover Any Surface
Invented in Turkey and patented by Nanopool, a German company, the spray-on liquid glass might become one of the most useful inventions in the field of nanotechnology. ...
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Technology (04 Jan, 2010)
InfoNIAC Presents: Top 10 Latest Inventions of December 2009
InfoNIAC Presents is where we present you short descriptions of the top 10 latest inventions published on each month. In this article you can read about the top 10 latest inventions described on our website in December 2009. ...
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Technology (18 Dec, 2009)
Latest invention: Futuristic Santa Sleigh Developed by GE Researchers
Researchers from the GE Global Research have a tradition - each year they present their latest inventions during the holiday season. In 2009 they decided to create a futuristic technologically advanced sleigh for Santa. ...
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Current Events (09 Dec, 2009)
InfoNIAC Presents: Top 10 Latest Inventions of November 2009
InfoNIAC Presents features monthly articles in which you will find short descriptions of the top 10 latest inventions published on Here you can find the top 10 inventions described on our website in November 2009. ...
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Science (09 Nov, 2009)
InfoNIAC Presents: Top 10 Latest Inventions of October 2009
InfoNIAC Presents is a monthly article in which you will find brief information on the latest inventions described on each month. ...
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Science (05 Dec, 2008)
Sympathetic Virtual Humans Could Be Part of Daily Life
French scientists claim that in the near future people will be able to share their emotions with virtual humans who could adapt to our emotions. The new project may contribute to the development long-term relationships between real humans and virtual agents. ...
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Science (28 Jan, 2009)
Experts Unveil Inventions that Will Be Used in Everyday Life by 2039
Recently the New Scientist magazine predicted that by 2039 the X-Ray vision and invisibility cloak could be used in everyday life. ...
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Technology (11 Feb, 2009)
Latest Inventions Nominated for Brit Insurance Designs of the Year 2009
On February 12 the Design Museum in London will start its exhibition of the latest inventions and most innovative designs developed over the last 12 months. ...
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Technology (03 Mar, 2009)
Hydrogen Powered Gadgets Presented at Solar and Fuel Cell Exposition in Tokyo
The capital of Japan housed a number of companies that presented their latest inventions in technology, but not just any technology. ...
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Technology (14 Jul, 2009)
Latest Invention: Doll House that Helps Cut CO2 Emissions and Serve as Security System
The latest invention from scientists at University of Hertfordshire, UK, is a doll's house that could one day change our way of life, at least that what its developers state. ...
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Technology (20 Jul, 2009)
Latest Invention: Gadget that Translates Dog's Language
Want to understand what your dog is barking? For the first time presented in 2002, the Bowlingual comes back, the gadget examines a dog's bark and then identifies its emotion. ...
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Science (24 Jul, 2009)
Latest Invention: LED Light Bulbs that Makes Use of Salmon DNA
Researchers from the University of Connecticut recently unveiled their latest invention, which is a long-lasting LED light bulb that makes use of salmon DNA. ...
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Technology (27 Jul, 2009)
Latest Invention: System that Converts Energy from Tramping Feet into Electricity
British scientists are working on their latest invention - a system able to use the boot force in order to power various electronic tools, including torches and radios used by military troops. ...
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Technology (07 Aug, 2009)
Latest Invention: Hologram Projector to Help You Feel a Hologram
The latest invention developed by scientists from the University of Tokyo represents a hologram projector that allows a person to touch a hologram with bare hands. ...
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