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When Jim Saunders of Kempton, Berks County, came up with an idea to protect trees from the ravages of deer, he ran into one problem.
3 hrs ago | GPB.org
They may look like flight paths around North America and Europe. Or perhaps nighttime satellite photos, with cities lit up like starry constellations.
7 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Yet, there they were, sitting around a conference table, smiling faces. They were five, because the sixth is away in the Northern Cape.
12 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
The attention generated this summer by child hot car deaths has also sparked discussion about what measures can be taken to prevent future tragedies.
His invention, Cubr , is a six-sided die that connects people through private mobile web chat.
A BRADFORD doctor who suffered distracting knee pain has come up with a new invention he hopes will be answer to Muslims' agony-free prayers.
Alissa Chavez is riding the wave of sudden fame with a big smile on her face. At 17, she has patented a device she hopes will achieve her dreamed goal of not having one more child die because it was accidentally forgotten in a car by a busy parent.
"For someone less gourmet, it tastes like a souped-up root beer float," said a spokeswoman for Dominique Ansel Bakery.
"The development of the EDVAC computer system of 1948 is often cited as the beginning of the computer era.
Apple continues to be on a roll as it landed several new patents this month. One of the latest of which is the technology changing the way people do videoconferencing.
Like many young children these days, Matt Mogol's 2-year-old daughter loves watching videos on Daddy's laptop or talking to Grandma via Skype, but when little Penelope gets excited, she likes to pound on the keys.
'Farnsworth Invention' looks at TV's origins Aaron Sorkin's play explores the lives of two key progenitors of TV.
The Patent Office is a huge trove of ideas and knowledge but much of that information has been hard to obtain.
Electronic eavesdropping is the National Security Agency's forte, but it seems it also has a special interest in children's car seats, Foreign Policy magazine reported Wednesday.
On July 14-18, Leesburg Elementary hosted Club Invention, a four-day-long summer day camp.
From its rolling prairies to its purple mountains majesty, Colorado is full of natural beauty.
Having clean air to breathe is an issue that affects all of us. As industry expands it becomes a larger and farther-reaching concern -- especially in countries like China where pollution legislation is limited.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 03:38 pm
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