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College Students Invent Robot Arm To Make You Stronger!

  • College Students Invent Robot Arm To Make You Stronger!

    Need a hand? Or just wish you had superhuman strength? Check out this Titan Arm invention from University of Pennsylvania students that can help the wearer carry an extra 40 pounds!


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    College Students Invent Robot Arm To Make You Stronger!

    College Students Invent Robo...

    Need a hand? Or just wish you had superhuman strength? Check out this Titan Arm invention ...

  • FIRST Student Satellite Blasts Into Space!

    NASA is making history this week sending the first satellite designed and built by high school students into space. It took a team of 50 students more than 7 years to complete. Check it out in this edition of student innovators!


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    FIRST Student Satellite Blasts Into Space!

    FIRST Student Satellite Blas...

    NASA is making history this week sending the first satellite designed and built by high sc...

  • Guess What These LED Ice Cubes Can Track?!

    Ever wish you could keep track of your drinking - but forgot how many you've had? This MIT student invented "Cheers" - an ice cube that warns you when you've had one too many.


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    Guess What These LED Ice Cubes Can Track?!

    Guess What These LED Ice Cub...

    Ever wish you could keep track of your drinking - but forgot how many you've had? This MIT...

  • College Bro Builds "Stun Sword" (Video)

    An innovative (but anonymous) college student has designed a unique "stun sword," combining a sword and taser. Take a look as he demonstrates how it works!


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    (3 min)

    College Bro Builds

    College Bro Builds "Stun Swo...

    An innovative (but anonymous) college student has designed a unique "stun sword," combinin...

  • You Won't Believe This Student's Invention!

    Muse has robotic competition! James McVay, a student at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, invented an incredible robotic bass playing machine he called "Mechbass" for his honors engineering project.


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    (2 min)

    You Won't Believe This Student's Invention!

    You Won't Believe This Stude...

    Muse has robotic competition! James McVay, a student at Victoria University of Wellington ...

  • Human Flight Invention from University of Maryland

    "A team from the University of Maryland's Clark School of Engineering has shattered the record for the longest flight time for a human-powered helicopter. Kyle Gluesenkamp last week successfully powered the Gamera II, a 76-pound helicopter made from carbon fiber, balsa wood and foam, for 50 seconds of flight." via Huffington Post. John Iadarola, Ana Kasparian, and Kim Horcher discuss on TYT University.


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    Human Flight Invention from University of Maryland

    Human Flight Invention from ...

    "A team from the University of Maryland's Clark School of Engineering has shattered the re...

  • Waterproof "Silic" T-Shirt Invented By College Student

    A waterproof t-shirt that won't give you cancer? Count us in! De Anza college student Aamir Patel has invented one that, unlike NeverWet and Ultra Ever Dry sprays, has no health risks and can be washed up to 80 times!


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    Waterproof

    Waterproof "Silic" T-Shirt I...

    A waterproof t-shirt that won't give you cancer? Count us in! De Anza college student Aami...

  • Use XBox Kinect to Control Lasers? [Invention]

    "Researchers from Dundee University have shown how technology from video game consoles can enhance scientific instruments used in laboratories. The team at the Applied Optical Manipulation Group have used an Xbox Kinect sensor to control optical tweezers." via BBC News. Watch the video and find out what John Iadarola and Lisa Ferguson think on TYT University!


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    Use XBox Kinect to Control Lasers? [Invention]

    Use XBox Kinect to Control L...

    "Researchers from Dundee University have shown how technology from video game consoles can...

Need a hand? Or just wish you had superhuman strength? Check out this Titan Arm invention from University of Pennsylvania students that can help the wearer carry an extra 40 pounds!

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