Weird & Wonderful
Some inventions look pretty silly, don’t they? For frequent travellers, students in high school or university studying too hard and office workers who work late, they might want to bury their head in a pillow and get a quick nap. Making … Continued
A Japanese vegetable juice company has designed a new a wearable tomato feeding robot for marathon runners. Yes. A tomato feeding robot.
Welcome to Junior Inventors top 10 crazy inventor facts of the month – where we bring you the most ‘whaaaat?’ facts on inventors of past and present.
Learn about the exciting world of robots in this fun class lesson. Get your students to design their own awesome robot, find out about their history and learn about the laws of robotics all scientists must adhere to so they don’t take over the world!
The unicycle above was designed several years ago by Chinese inventor, Li Yongli, who called it, “the number one vehicle in the world”. For a long time, the idea of a one wheeled bike has been dreamed about by inventors. … Continued
There are lots of inventors out there coming up with ideas on how to stop an asteroid hitting the Earth. From blowing it up with a nuclear bomb, strapping large rockets to it or gently guiding it away with solar sails – lots of people are thinking how to solve this potential crisis.What would you do?
The 20th century (January 1, 1901 – December 31, 2000) was one of the most productive centuries in terms of innovation that the world had ever seen. There can be no doubt that this was one of the most remarkable in human history for its rate of technological advances and scientific discoveries.
Students at Hunan University in Changsha made a fuel-efficient car that can travel 100 km, 62 miles, on only one litre of gas. It goes at up to 60 km per hour.