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# Invention

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'Rassie always preaches 'play what you see', even if it's on your own try-line' -- Keatley
The Munster out-half backed his skill-set on a tough night in Galway.
This Trinity invention aims to protect the Earth from space junk
The risk-assessment tool will help protect the planet from falling debris from disintegrating spacecrafts and satellites that re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere.
Open thread: What invention would you most like to see?
Be as creative as you like.
Frozen windscreen? This could be the solution
The device pumps warm water onto the windscreen to prevent ice from forming.
Tongue piercing lets paralysed people drive wheelchairs
Electric-powered wheelchairs can be operated by issuing commands with a magnetic tongue piercing.
Is this the best cycling invention ever? The invisible bike helmet is here
Two women have invented the world’s first invisible bike helmet. Would you buy one?
Man invents bike that pops bubble wrap as you cycle
Man sticks finger into table saw to prove his invention works
Can you handle watching what happened next? Okay then…
Video: Sick of dripping water on the bathroom floor? Dyson have the answer
The days of water trails could be over. Let’s rejoice.
Dublin entrepreneur gets Twitter shout-out from Peaches Geldof for baby invention
Bob Geldof’s daughter tweeted a photograph of her son using the baby-weaning device.
Column: ‘You need passion to be an inventor’
People are amazingly inventful, creative and resourceful – they have just forgotten that they are says Irish inventor, Jane Ni Dhulchaointigh.
How to... patent an invention
Think you have a life-changing invention on your hands? First thing’s first: get a patent.
VIDEO: Children of the world rejoice! The self-making bed has arrived
What took this so long? See the wonderbed in action here…
VIDEO: How to... get the last bit of ketchup out of the bottle
Lubricant invented by MIT scientists means no more pounding on the bottom of your ketchup container.
Irish company to produce medical device invented at UL
The device will help improve success rates in angioplasty procedures.
Things to do when you’ve been laid off: build a submarine
Chinese man is now selling his mini submersible vehicles to fishermen so they can catch lucrative sea delicacies.
UCC pioneers new cancer treatment and microchip technology
Huge advances in cancer research and nanoelectronics in Cork hailed as vital for the economy.