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China: Innovation in Ancient China
When it comes to technology you may believe that China is catching up to the rest of the world, but they are actually farther ahead of us than you think.
Ed Burtynsky Talks at TED About Photography
Watch this video from TED featuring Photographer Ed Burtynsky on HowStuffWorks. Burtynsky accepts the 2005 TEDPrize and presents a stunning slide show of his work. See how cameras and photography work in this video from TED (www.ted.com).
Edison Awards: Innovation in the Future
Dr. Susan Hockfield, President of MIT and 2010 Edison Lifetime Achievement Award winner, discusses the future of innovation in regards to technology, healthcare and sustainable energy.
Invention Could Help Develop Pollution-Free Cars
Hydrogen-powered cars that do not pollute the environment are a step closer thanks to a new discovery by scientists from the University of Bath's Department of Chemistry which promises to solve the main problem holding back the technology.
Is It Possible: Water-Running Robot
The answer to designing a robot that can walk on water? The South American Jesus lizard.
Sir Ken Robinson on Innovation
Watch this video from TED featuring Sir Ken Robinson on HowStuffWorks. Sir Ken Robinson is author of Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative, and a leading expert on innovation and human resources. See how innovation works in this video from TED (www.te
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