12/30/2011


2011 was another busy year for engineers all over the world. From inventing a device that turns air into water to exploring the oceans in a tiny submarine, scientists and engineers are exploring uncharted territory.

 

Like last year, we at eGFI have chronicled the most awe-inspiring innovations and stories, so in case you missed one, we present:

 

The Most Popular, Interesting, Weird, or Just Plain Cool eGFI Blog Posts of 2011

 

 

 

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In a world increasingly affected by climate change, unexpected droughts are a harsh reality for many farmers whose livelihoods depend on regular rainfall.

That's why Edward Linacre, an industrial design graduate student from Swinburne University of Technology in Australia, decided to invent a device that can literally harvest water from thin air. Airdrop, as it's called, recently won the prestigious James Dyson Award, which grants Linacre over $14,000 to develop the product.

 

 

 

 

 

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