Sushi Chef Yujia Hu makes amazing food you can eat that looks just like different types of sneakers which he calls “Shoe-shi.”

This new type of tooth brush, called the Amabrush, automatically cleans your teeth in just 10 seconds using advanced technology. The inventors say it works better than a regular toothbrush.

15-year-old Katie Francis plans to set a record by selling over 100,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies!

A group of high school students created 3.7 grams of an active ingredient used in the medicine Daraprim, which would sell in the United States for between $US35,000 and $US110,000. They reduced the cost to only $20 making it affordable to those who need it.

Adding just a small amount of dried seaweed to a cow's diet can reduce the amount of methane a cow produces by up to 99 per cent.

The amazing Smog Free Tower is able to clean large amounts of air in a city. As if that was not enough, it takes the pollution caught and turns them into diamonds!

Researchers now think the cure to all cancers might be as simple as giving a vaccine, like what you might get to prevent the flu.

Supported by Stephen Hawkings, a $100M research project to develop computer chip-sized "starships" will eventually send probes powered by light to our nearest star system, Alpha Centauri.

The Flyboard Air is a turbine-powered flying machine that actually works like a real hoverboard!

Downloadable, printable clothing may be coming to a closet near you with 3-D printing.

The EHang 184, a human-sized drone, will soon fly you around without needing a pilot or even a license to fly! It works just like a model drone, but big enough to carry a passenger.

Researchers in Japan have found a way to create holograms that can be touched and interacted with as if they were real.

Moley Robotics is developing a robotic kitchen that can prepare a meal from start to finish, including cleanup.

Lucas Etter has officially broken all records by solving a Rubik's Cube in just 4.9 seconds!

High school student Ryan Chester wins the prestigious Breakthrough Prize by making Einstein's theory of relatively understandable in a great video.

Sixth-grader Iris Gupta wants to change how we treat allergies before they even start.

This is a great new product that can get honey without bothering the bees and their hives.

This looks amazing. You can take it with you on a bus and get to your final stop with it. I would definitely use it.

Lexus has a real working "Back to the Future" hoverboard. However, it still needs a special surface to work.

This may be a bike lock that cannot be broken without breaking the bike. Very cool idea.

A self-driving 3-D printed car was actually tested. Need a ride? Just print it and go!

Engineering students come up with a way to put out fires using sound.

Touch Pianist is free site that allows you to perform hard-to-play classical piano music virtually and instantly!

The first "virtual entertainment center," will open sometime in early 2016 in Pleasant Grove, Utah. I can't wait to see it!

A hologram dog, TV that follows you around, and more cool things. The future is now!

World’s first full-size Lego car can hit 20 mph, powered by insane, 256-cylinder compresed air engine!

Really amazing technology lets people virtually touch things remotely!

Amazon has invented tiny plastic buttons that allow for instant product ordering.

Boeing is working on bringing a real working force field to military vehicles, using plasma to deflect shockwaves from explosions.

A group of Swiss researchers has developed a contact lens prototype that can actually zoom in on things like a bionic eye.

Just as the evil T-1000 rises from its puddle of metal alloys, objects created by the new printer seem to ooze into existence from the ether.

Just like in the Jetsons, a two-seater flying car will go on the market in the next two years. Future models will be self-driving and flying.

Very cool site showing you how a computer adds numbers using marbles. Be sure to watch the video near the bottom.

Scientists prove that making mistakes not only trains the brain to perform better at a specific task, but also helps it learn faster from errors.

Foldit is a revolutionary new game, in which you play to solve puzzles, and we test your solutions to work on curing cancer, AIDS, and a host of diseases.

Watch Robert Downey Jr. plays Tony Stark and gives a young boy without an arm a real 3-D printed bionic one that looks just like his.

An Atlas robot has been programmed to do karate and replace humans in dangerous situations.

The new robot dog behaves just like a real dog in how it walks around so naturally. Very cool!!!

Amazing to see an insect (planthopper) with real gears to help it jump higher.

Some very cool videos showing the new Audi self driving cars. Seems like they will be in production very soon.