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3 hrs ago | Inventor Spot
Trust the Irish to try things that would make the rest of the world go "yuuuuck" Perhaps it is an innate curiosity and tolerance for the unusual, but The Science Gallery in Dublin has an exhibit of cheese on display.
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8 hrs ago | ComputerWorld
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill meant to discourage so-called patent trolls from filing multiple infringement lawsuits or demanding licensing deals over the objections of some groups representing small inventors.
12 hrs ago | Trend Hunter Magazine
The GoldieBlox 'Princess Machine' commercial is incredibly captivating and a fantastic way to sell its "toys for future engineers."
16 hrs ago | JD Supra
The beginning of a new year is the best time to develop or revise that vision. - James Irving, When it comes to year-end planning, what's the one thing most small business owners don't do but should? That's the question we put to attorneys writing on JD Supra, knowing that the diversity of insights would make for interesting reading Here's what we ... (more)
The allergen-free market is quickly shifting from compromised copies of gluten-filled favorites to an area of experimental food and flavor, ripe for innovation.
Share Fair is a FREE, two-part event that provides a place for teachers, students and the community to share best practices, emergent strategies, and innovative approaches to delivering 21st Century learning.
More than 150 technology companies based in the Midwestern region of the United States will debut their latest consumer technology innovations at the 2014 International CES.
It's looking like Spencer Smythe will be involved in some capacity in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 , although it will probably be a minor role.
Scientists at the Texas Heart Institute are working to create a permanent replacement for the human heart.
AWARD WINNER: Melissa Edmunds, above left, with Swedish MEP Anna Maria Corazza Bildt, who presented her with her awards for the Safesip cover.
Some of the best ideas come while lying down, but John Spicer didn't imagine it that way when he was stringing Christmas lights.
You like bikes? Yep, so do we. And while we certainly pay attention to the big announcements from the Shimanos and Campagnolos of the world, oftentimes it's the quirkier, more creative inventions from smaller manufacturers that really catch our interest.
When it came to blending the pitch-black hallmarks of film noir tradition and the equally shadowy real-life history of Post-War Los Angeles, Frank Darabont had a vision for "Mob City."
The Research & Development Council of New Jersey recognized the winners of the organization's 2013 Thomas Edison Patent Awards, including Bridgewater resident Scott Kachlany.
New Bern native Ron Pontif has been working for over 10 years to perfect his invention the Safe-T-Stool.
This plastic gun clip was made by a 3-D printer in England, but it illustrates the sorts of guns and gun parts that can be made by 3-D printers anywhere.
You might have thought a gun-shy Congress wouldn't legislate sweeping reform efforts that will backfire on the whole economy.