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Science (22 Sep, 2009)
Brits Voted Michael Faraday the Greatest British Inventor
A survey revealed that Michael Faraday is considered to be the greatest British inventor. ...
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Science (06 Mar, 2007)
Happiness Might Appear Before Fortunate Events Occur, Study Says
A recent study on human happiness reveals that our adaptation to major life events is not the only factor to influence our well-being. Those who will have their life run in a more balanced way are predominantly inclined to feel happy long before the fortunate occurrence in their life.

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Environment (15 Mar, 2007)
Scientist's call upon policy makers on global warming
Scientists gathered at Arctic Science Summit Week, which started on Wednesday in New Hampshire to make up their mind on crucial changes in the North Pole that highlights global warming more than ever before. ...
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Science (05 Apr, 2007)
The most important inventions and discoveries of the humanity
An American Community of Scientists has issued their list of most important inventions and discoveries, which have changed or influenced the development of humanity. ...
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Technology (19 Nov, 2010)
Latest Invention: Camera that Can Capture Scenes Around the Corner
Scientists at MIT managed to create a camera is able to take pictures of scenes hidden around the corner. ...
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Science (19 Apr, 2007)
New Electronic Display to Be Used on Clothes and Beer Cans

Scientists working on the international project are looking forward to bring the organic light emitting devices to the masses. Thus the invention could significantly cut costs by billions of dollars each year.

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Current Events (08 Nov, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of October 2010
The eLEGS exoskeleton from Barkley Bionics was officially presented at a press conference where the company demonstrated its capabilities. ...
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Science (23 Apr, 2007)
Nano-nose to help identify illnesses
Vince Rotello and his team from the University of Massachusetts and Georgia Institute of technology develop a 'nano-nose' to find and identify different anomalies, i.e. illnesses in a human body. ...
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Technology (11 Oct, 2010)
Latest Invention: Surgical Robot that Offers Tactile Feedback to Surgeons
Linda van den Bedem from Eindhoven University of Technology decided to create a surgical robot that offers tactile feedback. The researcher's latest invention is called Sofie. ...
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Current Events (06 Oct, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of September 2010
Raytheon's XOS 2 Exoskeleton, Hair-Washing Machine, Visually Impaired Assistant and other inventions described on www.Infoniac.Com in September can be found in this article. ...
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Technology (28 Sep, 2010)
Latest Invention: Hair-Washing Robot from Panasonic
Panasonic's hair-washing robot was developed with the goal of reducing the burden for caregivers working in hospitals and different health care institutions. ...
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Technology (22 Sep, 2010)
Latest Invention: Technology that Could Power Cell Phone Using Sound Waves
Speakers use electricity to produce sound waves, but Korean researchers used zinc oxide to do the opposite - transform sound waves into electricity. ...
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Technology (20 Sep, 2010)
Sony Presents New Flexible E-paper Display
A large-scale flexible e-paper display has been recently presented by the tech giant Sony. The company considers that its latest invention could pave way to rollable e-readers. ...
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Technology (20 Sep, 2010)
Latest Invention: Robot that Could Replace Humans in the Workplace
Japanese researchers have recently presented a robot that in the near future could replace humans in the workplace. ...
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Technology (06 Sep, 2010)
Company Presents Laser Tech That Could Power Space Elevators
The Seattle-based company LaserMotive managed to keep a model helicopter hovering for 1 hour by using a few watts of laser power. ...
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