This new supplement won't make gluten intolerance disappear. Instead, it uses a clever biochemical trick to offer temporary, as-needed immunity to glutenin and gliadin -- the two components of gluten that people with celiac disease have difficulty digesting.
As part of a recently-established partnership with Kickstarter, the Smithsonian has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to help conserve Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 spacesuit -- the one he wore during the first ever moon walk, which happened exactly 46…
Designed by New Zealand-based inventor Kevin Halsall, the Ogo is a hands-free wheelchair that stands upright on just two wheels. Much like a Segway, it's equipped with an array of different sensors that translate the rider's motion into directional movement.
ReWalk Robotics, which produces wearable exoskeletons for people who've lost the use of their legs, has just pulled the curtain back on version 6.0 of its robotically-assisted walking system -- and it's smaller, lighter, and faster than ever before.
After completing a record-breaking 4,480 mile trans-Pacific flight from Japan to Hawaii earlier this week, the sunlight-powered Solar Impulse 2 has been grounded -- and unfortunately, the plane will not be able to continue its round-the-world journey until…
Just a few short months after CERN fired it up again, the Large Hadron Collider has already helped scientists uncover a completely new class of particle first theorized in the 1960s -- the pentaquark.
Modern turbofan engines employ a series of fans and turbines to compress air, which is then mixed with fuel and ignited to create thrust. Boeing's engine, on the other hand, uses an array of high-powered lasers to trigger a small nuclear reaction, which would…
Earlier this week, a Thingiverse user and drone enthusiast by the name cdrskull raised the bar, and actually released 3D-printable designs for a nearly identical clone of DJI's Inspire 1 drone -- the company's flagship quadcopter.
Oregon-based entrepreneur Benjamin Frederick has recently taken to Kickstarter to fund a glorious new contraption he calls the Hydro Hammock -- which is essentially the bastard child of a hammock and a hot tub. Could there be anything more relaxing?
Amsterdam-based startup Boulton Eyewear uses a combination of facial scanning software and advanced 3D printing technology to make custom-tailored eyewear that's both cheap and durable.
Generally speaking, smaller discs aren't as steady as larger ones, but ZipChip's unique shape apparently gives it a high degree of aerodynamic stability.