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Work may 4, 2015

Students Design Space-Bound Furniture for NASA

Rice University undergraduates created multipurpose items suited for low-gravity lifestyles

Cities april 21, 2015

Thank 3D Printing for a Painless Flu Shot

Rice University undergraduates develop a quick and easy way to numb the skin, making shots virtually pain-free

Technology january 28, 2015

Thinnest-Ever Image Capture May Be Gamechanger for Wearables

The '2D' imaging sensor might also have some surprising applications for medical devices

Innovation may 24, 2013

Shoe Attachment Turns Walking Into Electricity

A concept machine that harvests energy from human motion could be pivotal in powering medical devices.

Design & Architecture july 7, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

We bring you the most stimulating and exciting stories from the world of wellness research.

Arts & Culture july 2, 2012

Building’s Roof Changes Color Based On The Sun's Movement [Video]

A skyspace created by James Turrell at Rice University features LED lights projected on the ceiling that change color as the sun rises and sets.

Innovation june 29, 2012

Special Paint Turns Any Surface Into A Battery

Walls and tiles could soon power all your electronics with this innovation.

Home june 2, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

We bring you the most stimulating and exciting stories from the world of wellness research.

Gaming & Play october 6, 2011

SportSense Determines Most Exciting NFL Games Based On Fan Tweets

Engineers came up with a program that monitors game stats and fan reactions by analyzing Twitter updates.

Innovation may 4, 2011

Capteur Soleil: Using The Sun To Sterilize Medical Instruments

An engineering team at Rice University have adapted a cooking device for areas in development into a tool that can sterilize medical instruments.

Work august 2, 2010

Future Of Health: Handheld Hospital

Mobile applications, peripherals and add-ons are becoming sophisticated enough to perform tasks comparable to their hospital equivalents, approximating vital diagnosis protocols closely enough to provide people in remote areas with immediate diagnosis.

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