The Shiken company of Japan is field testing a funky solar-powered toothbrush that doesn't require toothpaste.
Would you eat meat grown in vats? No? Well, how about if you were really hungry? What could be better than a nice juicy cheeseburger with fries?
And does it really matter whether the meat was raised, grown or cloned?
He doesn't have the same panache as the diaper-wearing crazy astronaut lady Lisa Nowak, but NASA worker Cecil Graham's offense is far worse.
The Surena 2 walks, bows, and stands on one leg. Sarah Palin says, "You know who else can stand on one leg? Obama, that's who!"
Internet access gets you laid, according to sociologists, who say it increases the chances of being in a romantic relationship.
There's a new 3D movie in the works that sounds like it's not for the squeamish, except it is. It's designed to be so realistic that it can be an alternative to hypnotherapy treatments for arachnophobia patients.
There's an earth-shattering new piece of research that just came out, which is guaranteed to have you looking at that Rubik's Cube on your desk with more determination than ever before.
Scientists at Purdue University have developed a metamaterial consisting of fishnet-like film that could theoretically be spun into a working "invisibility" cloak.
Northwestern University researchers say they have developed a system that can pluck details of planned attacks from the minds of terrorists.
A team at the Bristol Robotics Lab is looking into the use of urine as the fuel for Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs), which use bacterial cultures to break down 'food' to create power.
A team is to make the most detailed survey ever of the Titanic, producing a 3D map of the ship.
People with severe disabilities - including so-called locked-in syndrome - have been enabled to communicate with a new device controlled by sniffing.
The first solid results are in from the Large Hadron Collider. And while the physicists say they haven't yet found the Higgs Boson - the so-called God particle - they have found strong supporting data for its existence.
An unmanned, solar-powered plane has landed in Arizona after spending two weeks in the air.
An Italian engineering team has waved off two vehicles set to cover the 8,000 miles to China - without drivers.
Raytheon and the US Navy say they have successfully used a combined-beam fiber laser to shoot down unmanned aerial vehicles in flight.
Researchers at Bielefeld University in Germany have created a robotic head called Flobi that expresses emotions, most of them ticked-off-at-men-looks.
A New Zealand company has developed the world's first robotic legs, enabling a man who'd been in a wheelchair for five years to walk again.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it, they say - and there's no doubt you lot seem pretty pleased with the stuff. And now scientists have discovered that the human sperm gene has survived for 600 million years, unaltered.
Stony Brook University is building what it calls the closest thing in the world to Star Trek's 'holodeck'.