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Science (17 Feb, 2009)
Robotics to Help Patients Suffering from Severe Paralysis
Over the past few years there has been a great leap in the technology of development of prosthetic limbs. Today companies create prosthetics that feature mechatronic elements that are used in creating robots. ...
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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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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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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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Environment (17 Aug, 2010)
Latest Invention: Tea Bag that Uses Nanotechnology to Clean Drinking Water
Researchers from Stellenbosch University in South Africa came up with a tea bag that makes use of nanotechnology to clean drinking water, making it free from contaminants and bacteria. ...
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Current Events (16 Aug, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Invention of July 2010
Program that Superimposes Historical Pictures On Modern Ones, Life Microscope, Technology That Helps You Feel 3D Pictures and other inventions from July 2010. ...
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Technology (03 Sep, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of August 2010
Machine able to convert plastic into oil, robot suit that helps elderly farmers, toothbrush that cleans teeth without toothpaste and more. ...
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Current Events (31 May, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of May 2010
The tiny robotic spiders were invented by a team of researchers from the Columbia University. Each robotic nano-spider is 4nm across and all of them are made of DNA molecules. ...
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Current Events (10 May, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of April 2010
A team of designers from Mexico, Finland and Germany created the shower that heats water by making use of the power of water running through it. Read more on top 10 last month's latest inventions ... ...
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Technology (08 Apr, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of March 2010
Top 10 Latest Inventions of March 2010 1. Machine Able to Reproduce Tsunamis; 2. Scanner Able to Scan a 200-Page Book in Seconds... ...
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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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Technology (04 Mar, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of February 2010
Read about some of the most interesting inventions published on throughout February, and keep in touch with today's latest development the in fields of science and technology. ...
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Technology (03 Mar, 2010)
Latest Invention: Tech That Converts Lip Motion Into Voice
One of the latest inventions presented at the CeBIT, which is the largest computer exposition in the world is dubbed silent sounds. ...
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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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Technology (02 Dec, 2009)
Latest Invention: Suma 3D Controller that Uses Squeezable User Interface Technology
Recently Cambridge Consultants have presented one of their most interesting inventions - Suma sensor controller, a prototype 3D controller that is based on so-called squeezable user-interface technology. ...
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