1. Inhalation vaccine against measles is the first vaccine without needles. The product will be tested in India, where nearly 200,000 children die from measles annually.
2. Home Solar Energy: In 2010 it is expected to begin to market-based power generators capable of supplying solar energy to the average household. This contributes to an “energy independence” of the consumer and environmental improvement.
3. A spray that cleans polluted seas: A revolutionary way to clean sea water, it is a spray gel that acts like a sponge absorbing up to seven times its weight. It is ideal for removing oil spills and other potentially lethal to life at sea.
4. A nano-generator to recharge portable devices: A group of scientists is developing a technique that converts energy from body movement into energy to recharge cell phones, iPods and other portable devices.
5. Paint to eliminate bacteria: This revolutionary paint in addition to removing bacteria, acts against mold, fungi and viruses live on surfaces.
6. A snuff-based vaccine: This vaccine may be applied to offset the “Norovirus”, the second most common viral infection in the U.S.. UU.
7. A pill for fleas: This is a small tablet of monthly consumption, say it is highly effective and without side effects in pets.
8. Molecule to measure climate change: The development of a new molecular technique would know which elements contribute to global warming.
9. The shrimp and oil: Chinese scientists working on a catalyst based shrimp shells that could transform the biodiesel production process faster and cheaper.
10. A bionic nose: A group of Israeli researchers developed an electronic nose that identifies 27 substances in the breath that may indicate renal disease.