Next Episode of The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation is
Season 3 / Episode 15 and airs on 25 February 2017 15:00
Hosted by CBS News correspondent Mo Rocca, each episode of The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation will tell the fascinating stories behind the world's greatest inventions — and the perseverance, passion and price required to bring them to life.
A surfboard that doesn't need waves; wheelchairs for animals; using drones to build rope bridges; museum quilts.
A robotic football tackle dummy prevents injuries; drone racing league; doomsday seed vault; a schoolgirl makes aviation history.
3-D printed statues of people and pets; wrist inflators for water safety; how 100-year-old locomotives are maintained; sofa accessory.
A dog washing wand invented by a fourth-grader 20 years ago; holograms; cardboard tents; car safety innovation.
A device that pulls power from rivers; 3D printing human body parts; marketing presidential candidates; Bison fur coat filling.
Rebreathing air under water; massage chairs; saving spiders; the history of carousels.
A dog toy inventor; the woman behind many of today's inventions for the home; a tonsil lighting tongue depressor.
Drones search for sharks to keep beaches safe; a device that relieves pain without medicine; a new way to collect water in Africa; famous patent battles.
A man runs a business that cooks fresh food for pets; concrete that conducts electricity to keep it snow and ice free; Henry Ford's Quadricycle; a healthier water bottle.
The TV pitch man behind inventions such as the Pocket Fisherman; a device can find people buried in rubble after an earthquake; measuring rooms with your cell phone; airmail.
The movie magic behind animal actors; the device that sees through walls; tortilla toaster; when the water wheels powered the world.
Wheelchairs for animals; drone racing; seed security deposit box; museum piece quilts.
Wristbands that light up concerts; turning corn stalks into clean burning coal; highlights of great innovations; a man who helped light the world.
Glasses allow the colorblind to see color; a computerized farmer for gardens; a device eliminates the sound of snoring; how ribbons of glass illuminated history.
New technology helps keep people safe from tornadoes; smart cooking pans; the first music synthesizer; a battery that can last forever.
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