Clamping Your Lashes: Sephora's Revolutionary New Upside Down Mascara11 March 2014, 10:49 pm
Women are always on the quest for a mascara that adds volume, defines lashes, and lengthens them. The Upside Down Mascara from Sephora promises to do just that with its revolutionary new wand design and formula....
Inside The Samsung Gear 2, Gear Fit, And S511 March 2014, 10:30 pm
Samsung recently revealed two new, "hands on", videos for their
upcoming products to give users an in-depth look at their newest technology. The Gear 2 and Gear Fit are the latest in wearable technology, and are
crammed with so many features that it seems almost unbelievable -- while the
Galaxy S5 is bringing up the rear with latest innovations in smart phone
Design StaX Accessories, Win $100 & Free StaX!11 March 2014, 10:30 pm
StaX is a fresh idea that should get a lot of our 3D printer jockeys
excited, and the duo behind the creative aluminum modular containers is
looking to the inventor community for bold new directions to accessorize
the Stax system. Oh, and they’re giving cash to their top three ideas
Scientists Identify Protein Common To Metastasis Of Several Cancers11 March 2014, 7:15 am
In a major research project to determine what causes a tumor
to spread to other cells and organs of the body, a team of researchers
from the Wistar Institute and several renowned international research
institutes have discovered a protein that is common in certain
metastacized cancers, but not found in the original site of the
cancer. They have identified the protein LIMD2 in metastatic breast, thyroid,
bladder, and melanoma cells, but not in the original tumors....
Can You Survive The Darkest Dungeon?11 March 2014, 5:00 am
One thing that's always troubled me about many RPGs is that they fail to address the psychological, human side of things. It's just sort of assumed that the characters heroically fight their way through, standing against the stuff of nightmares. Darkest Dungeons isn't like that - and I'm intrigued....
Immersive Virtual Robotics Will Soon Allow Us To Directly Control Robotic Behemoths11 March 2014, 1:48 am
Turns out, the answer to the myriad safety concerns surrounding massive industrial robots is virtual reality. Johns Hopkins Computational and Interactove Robotics Lab has developed an Immersive Virtual Robotics Environment that allows workers to directly interact with and control robots....
China's Anti-Pollution Drone Freezes Smog To Clean The Air10 March 2014, 5:16 pm
China is taking the fight against smog to the next level with the SYW-1, an innovative unmanned aerial vehicle (aka drone) equipped to freeze particulate pollutants right out of the sky....
Silicon Valley's Journey From Reality To Scripted TV10 March 2014, 4:47 pm
Ever since the award-winning film "Social Network" caused a stir about the digerati drawn to the Silicon
Valley like moths to a flame, other would-be producers have tried to
capture the zeitgeist of this lifestyle in various forms - books, movies
Groundbreaking Blood Test Successfully Predicts Onset Of Alzheimer's Disease9 March 2014, 8:30 pm
Alzheimer's disease (AD) and other forms of dementia have evaded
successful therapies though considerable research has focused on their
development. One reason is that they have also evaded prediction, not
even being recognized until memory decline and functional loss appear.
Researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center made a significant
breakthrough in identifying blood-based biomarkers of cognitive
impairment that can be observed through blood testing up to three years
With Skulpt Aim You Never Need To Step On A Scale Again!9 March 2014, 1:01 pm
If you want to get in shape, you have to know where to start. Skulpt Aim
is a new device that gives you a good starting point. All you have to do is press this portable
device to your skin, and it measures your body composition, letting you know your
weak spots, and gives you suggestions to improve those weak spots. ...
Not Just A Pretty Necklace: Now Your Jewelry Can Save Your Life9 March 2014, 12:15 pm
I've always been a fan of safety devices, especially for women travelling. Cuff is a stylish safety notification device that is GPS enabled so you can alert your family and friends
to your location when you are walking or traveling alone. It comes as a bracelet, pendant or Cufflinks
(Cufflincs), and competes with a wave of fashionable GPS enabled devices that are hitting the market in 2014....
Let Them Eat Grass! 6 Grass Products You Can Grow For Your Pets9 March 2014, 12:15 am
If you have any size yard at all, you probably recognize this grass, Elymus repens,
aka couch grass, aka dog grass. Dog grass? You guessed it. Dogs, and
actually cats too, love to eat this stuff. But they don't love it enough
to remove the roots of this obnoxious weed that insidiously takes over your entire yard. So, get rid of the "dog grass," and let
your pets eat some other grass that's even better for them. Here are 6
of the most popular grasses you can grow especially...
Big Data Lessons From Netflix11 March 2014, 5:47 pm
In a data-driven environment like Netflix, data visualization plays a key role. It must. In The Visual Organization, I offer the following definition of data visualization. Dataviz signifies the practice of representing data through visual and often interactive means. An individual ... ...
Trendspotting: Platform Ecosystems Build Better Businesses11 March 2014, 5:47 pm
For big enterprise services companies, the hot new trend is having a cloud-hosted platform for third-party applications. These platforms give app developers the resources they need to build, launch, promote, and integrate their apps with other businesses. This not only ... ...
Above and Beyond: Creating the Next Great Smartphone10 March 2014, 5:48 pm
More than two decades of dramatic innovation transformed the first mobile device into today’s high-end smartphone. From the oversized, overpriced, and limited Motorola “Brick” of the 1980’s to the slim, fast, powerful smartphone of today, the difference is remarkable. However, ... ...
Creating Opportunities From Costs: The New World of Energy Productivity10 March 2014, 5:48 pm
I mentioned in my first Insights post that Energy Intelligence Software, or EIS, is where energy management and technology converge to control the three main energy cost drivers: how energy is bought, how much energy is used, and when energy ... ...
Cyber Security Risk: Perception vs. Reality in Corporate America10 March 2014, 5:48 pm
In February, we released a new BitSight Insight, examining the cyber health of the U.S. economy, and found that 82% of the 460 companies assessed had an externally observable security compromise in 2013. Examples of security events observed include communications ... ...
When Will the Tablet Become the Desktop?7 March 2014, 9:12 pm
Lucille Ball said, “If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it.” That’s become a mantra of productivity. If only she had an iPad. Everywhere you look online, in the App store, or when you log into ... ...
Are Our Work Lives Really Simplified Through Digitization?7 March 2014, 6:21 pm
Now more than ever, enterprises and small businesses alike are able to streamline communication and enhance collaboration across continents, between departments, and among individual employees. With the proliferation of collaboration systems beyond legacy email such as Jive, Salesforce Chatter, Twitter, ... ...
Think Process As Well As Product: Using the Psychology of Motivation to Get Things Done7 March 2014, 6:21 pm
Managing people and processes isn’t all that different from designing a product. Let me explain. In all cases, you have one common goal, which is to motivate action toward a desired outcome. The specific mechanisms you might use will vary ... ...
Facebook: A Decade of Big Data6 March 2014, 6:56 pm
In honor of its 10th anniversary, Facebook gave its members the option to view and share a movie with their friends that traces their activity on the social network, going all the way back to their date of registration. This ... ...
Is Graph Theory Key to Understanding Big Data?6 March 2014, 5:41 pm
In the short course of its existence, Google has become a part of our daily lives. The search giant has become nearly unavoidable, due mostly to their ability to center services and products around the thing that they do best: ... ...
Using Open Innovation to Deliver High-End Healthcare Disruption5 March 2014, 7:21 pm
The lifeblood of any successful company stems from a sustained stream of commercially viable innovations, both incremental and breakthrough. As any seasoned executive will tell you, maintaining that steady stream is one of the most difficult management challenges he or ... ...
Big Data and Law Enforcement: Was ‘Minority Report’ Right?5 March 2014, 5:25 pm
Big Data has always been around in some form or another. At some point, businesses decided to use that information to learn what makes their clients tick with phrases like “sales funnel analysis,” “actionable insights,” and “positive business impact.” So ... ...
Blood Test Predicts Alzheimer's12 March 2014, 5:00 am
A team of researches has developed a blood test for Alzheimer’s able to predict the disease three years in advance, and with 96 percent accuracy....
Powered Locker Charges Cell Phones11 March 2014, 11:00 pm
The C-Station eases congestion around public power outlets by providing commuters and travelers with a secure way to charge their phones....
LABONFOIL Portable Diagnostic Device11 March 2014, 5:00 pm
The automated LABONFOIL was designed with the goal of creating inexpensive and portable laboratories able to interact with smart devices to diagnose a wide array of diseases....
Flying Phantom Sails Above the Water11 March 2014, 5:00 am
The Flying Phantom Catamaran takes sailing to new heights with its uniquely shaped foils and rudder that allow it to sail above the surface of the water....
Tiny ZINK Prints with Heat, Not Ink11 March 2014, 5:00 am
The tiny, 'zero ink' Zink printer prints photos directly from a smartphone, creating full-color images with no ink required....
Vagus Nerve Stimulation Relieves Tinnitus10 March 2014, 11:00 pm
The Serenity System treats tinnitus by stimulating the patient’s vagus nerve while they listen to specific tones....
Lightie Brings Light to Developing Nations10 March 2014, 7:00 am
Created to help bring some light to people in developing nations, the Lightie solar-powered light will fit inside a common soda bottle to provide a source of safe and low-cost illumination....
EZpole Take IVs for a Walk10 March 2014, 5:00 am
The EZpole makes post recovery a bit more comfortable by allowing the patient to go for a walk while still wearing their IV drip....
Wheelchairhandles Make Pushing Wheelchairs Easier9 March 2014, 11:00 pm
Designed with the wheelchair-pusher in mind, Wheelchairhandles replace the existing handles to make it easier to push and control the chair....
SunSprite Encourages Enough Sun Exposure9 March 2014, 5:00 pm
Recently funded on Indiegogo, the SunSprite clips onto the user’s clothing to track sun exposure and help encourage the user to get enough sun....
Wearable Nanomesh Could Replace Dialysis Machines9 March 2014, 6:00 am
A new nanomesh fiber capable of removing toxins from blood could provide a wearable alternative to the large, expensive machines currently used for kidney dialysis....
Samsung AR Keyboard Projected onto Fingers9 March 2014, 12:00 am
Samsung has filed a patent for a technology that would project a keyboard onto the user’s hands, giving smart glasses wearers a new way to interact with their devices....
London launches hi-tech trial for pedestrian safety11 March 2014, 10:30 pm
(Phys.org) —London is trying out intelligent pedestrian technology to make crossing the road easier and safer. Announced earlier this month, the technology is said to be the first scheme of its kind in the world. The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and Transport for London (TfL) have outlined plans for the trial of new pedestrian crossing sensors to help make it easier and safer for people to cross the road throughout the capital. The mayor said he was happy about London being the first city i...
California mulls how to regulate driverless cars (Update 2)11 March 2014, 3:56 pm
Sooner or later, consumers will be able to buy cars that rely on computers—not the owner—to do the driving....
South By Southwest: Secrets, spying, chef Watson11 March 2014, 9:30 am
FOMO —or the fear of missing out— is a common complaint at the South By Southwest Interactive festival in Austin, Texas each year....
IT security for the daily life: Withdrawing money at cash machines with 'Google Glass'6 March 2014, 5:51 pm
Mini-computers with head-mounted display like 'Google Glass' don't just alarm privacy activists. Rather, they also enable applications increasing data protection. Computer scientists from Saarbruecken prove this by combining Google Glass with cryptography methods and novel techniques of image processing to withdraw money at cash machines or to read encrypted documents. Visitors can check out the new approach at the international computer expo CeBIT in Germany at the Saarland University research ...
Microsoft unveils 'SurroundWeb'—whole room web display concept6 March 2014, 10:50 am
(Phys.org) —Microsoft has published a concept paper on its research web site in which it describes a concept it calls SurroundWeb—a means for displaying web content on multiple flat surfaces and satellite screens in a physical room....
In a driverless future, drivers will do anything else6 March 2014, 7:00 am
Brew an espresso, watch a movie on a large screen, surf the Internet or simply sit and chat with friends?...
Battery-free technology brings gesture recognition to all devices27 February 2014, 6:00 pm
Mute the song playing on your smartphone in your pocket by flicking your index finger in the air, or pause your "This American Life" podcast with a small wave of the hand. This kind of gesture control for electronics could soon become an alternative to touchscreens and sensing technologies that consume a lot of power and only work when users can see their smartphones and tablets....
Google unveils 'Project Tango' 3D smartphone platform20 February 2014, 10:21 pm
Google announced a new research project Thursday aimed at bringing 3D technology to smartphones, for potential applications such as indoor mapping, gaming and helping blind people navigate....
Q&A: A documentarian working in virtual reality19 February 2014, 3:20 pm
Forget 3-D glasses. Oscar-nominated documentarian Danfung Dennis believes the next evolution in filmmaking will be to surround viewers with images in 360 degrees—directly on their noggins....
Medicine goes mobile with smartphone apps, devices19 February 2014, 8:45 am
Thanks to smartphones, email, video games and photo sharing are available at the touch of a finger. But attach a special case and that same phone can produce an electrocardiogram (EKG) from the electrical impulses in your hand and send it to a doctor....
Low-powered, high-speed head-mounted display with augment reality chip18 February 2014, 2:30 pm
Walking around the streets searching for a place to eat will be no hassle when a head-mounted display (HMD) becomes affordable and ubiquitous. Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) developed K-Glass, a wearable, hands-free HMD that enables users to find restaurants while checking out their menus. If the user of K-Glass walks up to a restaurant and looks at the name of the restaurant, today's menu and a 3D image of food pop up. The Glass can even show the n...
California company seeks audio rebels17 February 2014, 5:11 pm
High Fidelity isn't just the name of a movie. For the better part of two decades, consumers have been willing to trade audio quality for convenience, forgoing their high-fidelity home stereos for white earbuds. But a Sacramento company is quickly becoming a player among businesses betting that an audio rebellion has begun....
Bill Nye and Andy Samberg, Odd Couple Judges for User Inventions at SXSW12 March 2014, 6:52 am
South by Southwest is known for its convergence of hipsters and geeks, and the hosts of the Quirky+GE Night of Invention event were emblematic of that odd couple vibe....
Gels, foams, spheres: Culinary modernism comes to Portland12 March 2014, 3:47 am
Far from the expectant gaze of major restaurant critics and the accompanying pressure to produce the Next Big Thing, this little-big city offers chefs a unique opportunity -- the chance to experiment with less fear of scathing reviews, empty tables and For Sale signs after an adventurous flop....
Buttonless Apple mouse was created accidentally11 March 2014, 11:28 pm
Sometimes, the biggest innovations and most important discoveries come not as a result of a group of creative minds pitting their energies together in efforts to create a single product, but by pure chance....
Hurricane Scale Inventor Hits 10111 March 2014, 9:22 pm
Last weekend in Washington, D.C., meteorgologists gathered at a luncheon to celebrate Robert Simpson, one of the creators of the Saffir-Simpson Scale, which measures hurricane intensity, the Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang blog reports ....
Ancient Masks Go On Display In Jerusalem11 March 2014, 5:03 pm
The oldest known masks in the world went on display in Jerusalem on Tuesday in the largest-ever exhibit of the ghoulish faces, believed to have been created in the Holy Land thousands of years before the time of the Bible....
5 predictions for the Web that were WAY off11 March 2014, 1:53 pm
In March 1989, British scientist Tim Berners-Lee published a paper proposing an "information management" system for his laboratory....
Teachable Moments: Vannevar Bush regarded science as a savior11 March 2014, 9:43 am
In July 1945, with the war in Europe over and a month before Japan suffered the consequences of two atomic bombs, Vannevar Bush, who had been President Franklin Roosevelt's science czar during World War II, wrote an article for The Atlantic magazine that was a harbinger of the technological future....
Analogous Enzymes: Independent Inventions in Enzyme Evolution11 March 2014, 5:34 am
To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document....
Inventor of the "Masha" running for Reno mayor11 March 2014, 1:19 am
"A press release dated Monday, March 3 stated that Ian Pasalich was announcing his bid for the United States Representative seat for Nevada's Second Congressional District at a public fundraising event today," wrote Candy Greene in a new press release....
The Web at 25: I was a teenage dial-up addict10 March 2014, 9:15 pm
This World Wide Web you're looking at right now wasn't always something most people considered worth a second glance -- let alone years of nonstop staring....
How to take a bath without using water10 March 2014, 5:10 pm
Once you're logged in, at the top of each article, video or slideshow you will see a list of your Facebook friends who recently visited Choose to share stories you'e read with your friends or turn sharing OFF to keep your reading experience anonymous ....
E-cigarettes: fresh air or smoke and mirrors?10 March 2014, 3:00 pm
On the edge of the SoHo neighborhood downtown, The Henley Vaporium is an intimate hipster hangout with overstuffed chairs, exposed brick, friendly counter help - but no booze....
World Wide Web turns 25: 10 cultural milestones and inventions older than WWW that changed human life forever11 March 2014, 10:44 pm
British engineer and computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee, now Director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), wrote a proposal in March 1989 for what would finally become the World Wide Web. He presented the paper on March 12, 1989, the day universally ......
Innovative inventions to lower disaster risks11 March 2014, 7:01 pm
THE common occurrences of earthquakes in their country have inspired five brilliant young minds to come up with the idea of minimising damages caused by the natural disaster. Jairus Carlo F. Calpatura, Gio Mikhail R.Dela Torre, Justin Dohn G.Zamora ......
Bill Nye and Andy Samberg, Odd Couple Judges for User Inventions at SXSW11 March 2014, 2:55 pm
The event was a sort of “Shark Tank” for new product ideas, and the panel of judges included Bill Nye, host of StarTalk Live (and of Science Guy fame), actor and comedian Andy Samberg and Quirky founder Ben Kaufman. “The challenge is to ......
Documentary on Stop-Mo "Between Times" by Tiny Inventions11 March 2014, 12:35 pm
Above is the trailer for a beautiful new short film Between Times from the husband & wife animation duo Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata, who run the independent Baltimore Maryland based stop motion/CG studio Tiny Inventions. They do personal films, commercials ......
5 Simple Inventions That Are Saving Women’s and Babies’ Lives Around The Globe11 March 2014, 9:30 am
In many parts of the world, pregnancy and childbirth are the single greatest risks to a woman’s health. Giving birth is still the leading cause of death among young women in poor nations, who are still dying from preventable medical ......
IP: Supreme Court to determine patentability of software-implemented inventions11 March 2014, 5:11 am
Regardless of the precise holding of the Supreme ... on the Court and indicate the important effects of its decision. In one such brief, submitted on behalf of the Patents Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, it ......
Made in Britain: Top inventions of 2014 include a bed with built-in Wi-Fi, an artificial pancreas and a super-strong spade10 March 2014, 10:57 am
It automatically regulates glucose levels using a so-called polymeric gel that manages the delivery of insulin into the peritoneum. It does not rely on the kind ... and talent in the UK, but we do struggle when it comes to attracting the funding ......
Watch Bill Nye at SXSW8 March 2014, 2:45 pm
At South by Southwest today, Science Guy extraordinaire Bill Nye will be reviewing the latest submissions to the Quirky community in front of a live audience, with guest Andy Samberg helping to make the tough calls on which ideas deserve to make the jump ......
American Inventions - Game 18, Temple: The Cheesesteak8 March 2014, 7:43 am
As a born and raised Philadelphian, I had only one choice for the last in our series this year. There are a lot of myths about the Philadelphia cheesesteak, but let's get the biggie out of the way right now: No one actually believes the best sandwich in ......
Top 10 wet weather inventions7 March 2014, 7:55 am
according to Italy's Museo dell'Ombrello e del Parasole. Umbrellas and parasols were used in Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. In the UK, umbrellas started to be used by women around the beginning of the 18th century, and began to be popularised ......
This Wearable "Heart Sock" May Someday Save Lives10 March 2014, 6:57 pm
Inventors say a new device can detect irregularities and even intervene before heart attacks turn deadly...
This New App Promises To Sharpen Your Eyesight10 March 2014, 1:37 pm
Forget Lasik. A neuroscientist from the University of California Riverside swears that his exercises can improve your vision...
An Airship The Size of a Football Field Could Revolutionize Travel7 March 2014, 11:09 pm
A new fuel-efficient airship, capable of carrying up to 50 tons, can stay aloft for weeks and land just about anywhere...
Just How Smart Can a Toothbrush Be?7 March 2014, 6:59 pm
Two companies compete to get the first smart electric toothbrush—complete with a smartphone app—on the market...
How To Run 30 Health Tests On a Single Drop of Blood6 March 2014, 4:11 pm
Say goodbye to lengthy blood work. A new lab called Theranos says its method is faster, more accurate and much less painful...
A Plan To Replace Geographic Coordinates on Earth With Unique Strings of Three Words5 March 2014, 3:41 pm
The startup what3words wants to change the way we talk about locations...
For People with Dementia, Does It Take a Village?3 March 2014, 4:06 pm
A community in the Netherlands has become a model for how to help people feel at home even after they've lost their memory...
Can This Toilet Save Millions of Lives?3 March 2014, 3:03 pm
A solar-powered toilet is the latest hope for the 2.5 billion people without access to clean water...
Checking the Claim: This Device Would Allow Dogs to Talk Like Humans27 February 2014, 2:15 pm
A team of oddball inventors claims they are developing a headset that translates a canine's thoughts into words...
A Startup Claims To Turn the Dead into Diamonds25 February 2014, 3:12 pm
The Swiss-based company, Algordanza, says it's developed a technology that transforms the ashes of a deceased loved one into keepsake jewelry...
This Headset Can Beam Movies Directly Into Your Eyes21 February 2014, 10:07 pm
The Avegant Glyph is the first wearable tech that replicates an evening at the cinema...
Photos: The Rise of the Volocopter20 February 2014, 7:00 pm
A helicopter has just one rotor to provide lift. This machine has 18...
Intel to launch 800Gbps cables by the end of this year11 March 2014, 3:51 pm
Intel has made major moves in the data transfer sector, particularly with regard to cloud computing, and now the chip giant is to release cables capable of transferring data at up to 800Gbps....
Ireland marine tech to be highlighted at Oceanology International event11 March 2014, 12:43 pm
The Marine Institute is at Oceanology International 2014 in London this week to promote Ireland’s marine technology sector in a bid to encourage more similar technology companies to establish in Ireland....
NASA calls on world to develop asteroid-hunting technology11 March 2014, 11:53 am
NASA will offer US$35,000 worth of prizes to any ‘citizen scientist’ who can successfully create an algorithm that will make it easier to detect asteroids hurtling through space....
Sony and Panasonic to launch new 300GB Archival Disc10 March 2014, 5:17 pm
Sony and Panasonic have announced a partnership to launch a new data storage disc known as the Archival Disk which will beat all previous records by holding up to 300GB per disc....
UK to invest further stg£45m in researching internet of things10 March 2014, 9:32 am
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced additional funding of stg£45m for research into the ‘internet of things’ (IoT), which sees an increasing number of devices making use of sensors and connecting to the internet to share data....
Guest column: Do women in science need a break?8 March 2014, 4:43 pm
Women have been making scientific breakthroughs for just as long as men. So why do we still not see or hear enough from them? On International Women’s Day, geneticist Aoife McLysaght explores the issue....
US to deploy first ship with laser weapon this year7 March 2014, 12:35 pm
While not of the power of lasers seen in films like Star Wars, the USS Ponce will soon be roaming the seas with a laser defence weapon designed to take on a range of future threats....
Major breakthrough in fold-up screens made by UK scientists7 March 2014, 11:19 am
A team of scientists from Surrey University in the UK claim to have made a significant breakthrough in the development of fold-up screen technology....
Belfast centre encourages hands-on approach to STEM engagement7 March 2014, 7:00 am
W5, Ireland’s Science and Discovery Centre in Belfast, is putting the fun into STEM to get young people engaged and excited, as general manager Judith Harvey tells Claire O’Connell....
Ireland has great potential for synthetic biology - Prof Matthew Bennett, Rice University6 March 2014, 2:41 pm
In our run-up to The Synthetic Biology Future event in Cork City on 13 March, we spoke to Matthew Bennett, assistant professor of biochemistry and cell biology at Rice University in Houston, Texas, who will be one of the event’s keynote speakers....
Ireland can be world leader in innovation, says Sean Kelly MEP6 March 2014, 1:04 pm
Former GAA President, Sean Kelly, MEP, has called on banks, small businesses, researchers and universities to collaborate closely to make Ireland a world leader, rather than a follower, in Innovation....
13-year-old student builds a working nuclear reactor6 March 2014, 12:11 pm
A 13-year-old UK student has potentially made his name in history as the youngest person ever to have created a working nuclear reactor after receiving backing from his school....