Wearable Electronics Could One Day Run on Body Heat

Check out this article discussing the latest development from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology: a small, flexible patch that converts body heat into electricity.

National Robotics Week

April 5-13, 2014 is the fifth annual National Robotics Week, and Techno Chaos is ready to celebrate robotics technology!

Teen Invents Artificial Arm Powered by Brain Waves

When his relative in India lost both arms in an accident, 15 year old Shiva Nathan was inspired improve upon the prosthetic arms she was using.

Doctors Use 3-D Printing to Help a Baby Breathe

Check out this amazing NPR story of how doctors used a 3-D printer to change the life of 16 month old Garrett Peterson, who was born with a defective windpipe.

LEGO Robot Solves Rubik's Cube in 3.253 Seconds!

This past weekend, at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham, UK, a robot built using LEGO kits and a smartphone beat the world record by solving a Rubik's Cube in only 3.253 seconds! Amazing!

Is 3D Printing a LEGO Competitor?

The 3D printing revolution is here and it is amazing what can be done! But could those amazing creations step on the toes of a longtime childhood favorite?

Teen Invents Flashlight That Could Change the World

Two years ago, Ann Makosinski was concerned about a friend in the Philippines not having electricity and was inspired to find a solution.

12 Year Old Invents Braille Printer Using LEGO Mindstorms

Take a look at this amazing story about 12 year old Shubham Banerjee, who used his LEGO Mindstorms set to create a working Braille printer.

Choosing the Right Summer Camp

If you're feeling overwhelmed with where to begin or how to continue with us, we're here to help!

World of Minecraft Expands on Players' Imaginations

At Techno Chaos, we know how passionate kids can be about Minecraft. This recent article, by NY1.com writer Adam Balkin, discusses how Minecraft time encourages creativity and imagination in those who play.

Science and Engineering of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games

NBC Learn and NBC Sports, in partnership with the National Science Foundation, explore the science, technology, engineering and math at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.

Cleat Designed Using 3D Printing

How about a little high-tech twist on the big game day? CBS News reports that at this year's game, players for both the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks will be wearing cleats designed by Nike using 3D printing.

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