Will drones be under your tree?

One of the hottest and most mysterious gift ideas for 2015 seems to be the Drone. It seems the drone is not just for government surveillance anymore.  I remember when my boys were fascinated by remote-controlled toys that could drive, fly and entertain them for hours. But times are different, and technology has made it

Will drones be under your tree?

One of the hottest and most mysterious gift ideas for 2015 seems to be the Drone. It seems the drone is not just for government surveillance anymore.  I remember when my boys were fascinated by remote-controlled toys that could drive, fly and entertain them for hours. But times are different, and technology has made it

The World’s Most Innovative Universities

Reuters has released its Reuters Top 100 list of most innovative universities in the world. Based on academic papers and patent filings, and compiled by the Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters,  you may be pleasantly surprised by some on the list. Not surprisingly is the leader of the Top 100: Stanford University,

5 Habits Of Truly Disruptive Leaders

disrupt: (verb dis·rupt \dis-ˈrəpt\) to cause (something) to be unable to continue in the normal way; to interrupt the normal progress or activity of (something).  -Webster’s Dictionary In its November 9th report under Fast Company’s “Hit the Ground Running” series, Faisal Hoque reports that even though disruption and leadership might seem like opposing forces, the

Great gadgets and social sharing

These days inventors are turning to social media to help raise awareness of their innovative offerings. This video from Kaboost caught my eye on Facebook the other day, and has gone viral with more than 6,500 shares in the past week. How can social media boost your invention?

Therapy device uses fun, interactive music games

I did not realize how common hand injuries are, and how limited the options are for those attempting to heal at home. Over 3 million individuals are living with hand impairment after stroke or other neurological or muscular injuries. Here is a glove that has helped patients who have lost function in their hands. MusicGlove

Nanotechnology will revolutionize security

Imaging using atomic-scale devices as security systems! No passwords required, and you can’t clone this authentication technology. Nanotechnology experts have discovered a way to authenticate or identify any object by generating an unbreakable ID based on atoms. Lancaster University provided this image of a key, which shows how electronically stimulating an atomically random system produces